Open & Closed: Say Hello to Bosie; Goodbye to Montenapo


The owners of L’Age de The are opening Bosie in the West Village. Tea master Kiley Holliday selected the more than 100 teas, while Angelo Sosa of Xie Xie designed the menu.

Red Bamboo may have shuttered but the owner has reopened it as Poppa’s Place. While the restaurant now serves meat, a handful of Red Bamboo veggie dishes will remain on the menu.

One of the owners of Dell’Anima and L’Artusi is behind the new seafood joint, Choptank, in the West Village. Expect Maryland staples like Boardwalk Fries and Peel ‘N’ Eat Shrimp.
[Urban Daddy]

Melissa Bushell of Baked by Melissa, has opened proper storefront location by Union Square. Her signature mini cupcakes topped in a rainbow of icings now come in nine flavors.
[NY Times]

French bistro Le Petit Marche in Brooklyn Heights has closed, but will reopen as Bread and Butter, a comfort food joint serving deviled short ribs, seafood gumbo, and biscuits and gravy.
[Brooklyn Paper]

Montenapo, the less-than-one-year-old BiCE spinoff, has shuttered with hopes of reopening by February. The owners are currently seeking investors.
[Grub Street]

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