Monday, July 9, 2012 |
3 years ago
Dudley's is an Australian-American gastropub that recently opened on the Lower East Side with a walk-up coffee window. [Tasting Table]
Organic eatery Siggy's Good Food just opened their first location at 292 Elizabeth Street. Based in Brooklyn, the joint specializes in organic options. [Bowery Boogie]
From the people behind behind Colonie and Gran Electrica, Governor opened in Dumbo on Wednesday. Menu includes entrees like chicken with farro beer porridge, and beef tongue with marrow popovers and pommes puree. [Eater NY]
Another 7-Eleven in the house. According to Mad Park News, Deli Marche, at 5th Avenue between 22nd and 23rd street will be replaced by a 7-Eleven. [Mad Park News]
Quirky popcorn shop, Populence opens in Greenwich Village. Flavors include sun-dried tomato with basil and cheddar, ginger-caramel, and orange-vanilla. [Tasting Table]
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