Tipsy Parson, the new venture by the owners of Little Giant, has finally opened in Chelsea. Expect oyster service in the parlor and a charcuterie bar stocking all-Southern cheeses.
The West Village gastropub Highlands has arrived with its menu of single malts and bar snacks only. Haggis won’t be served until mid-November due to kitchen delays.
The Pulp and the Bean, a new coffee shop in Crown Heights, is serving pastries and coffee from Gillies in Park Slope, including a signature house blend.
[NY Daily News]
Xunta, the Spanish tapas joint in the East Village, has shuttered. After more than 20 years in business, the signage outside the storefront is already being disassembled.
Pamplona in Murray Hill has closed its doors after just two years in business. The owner says a couple of club owners have taken over the lease and will reopen the space in a few weeks.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 30, 2009