Open & Closed: Say Hello to Dry Dock; Goodbye to Lucy Browne’s


Lucy Browne’s, the soul food joint that opened in the space formerly occupied by Steak Frites, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after less than a year in business.

Karaoke Boho, the West Village outpost of Sing Sing, has been shuttered and the signage removed. The place was never able to secure a liquor license.

Dry Dock, a new wine and spirits store, has opened in Red Hook, selling at least one wine from Red Hook Winery and a selection of bourbons and ryes.
[Off the Presses]

Select Burger is coming soon to First Avenue near 14th Street, not far from the recently renamed Permanent Brunch and Burger and the forthcoming Tallgrass Burger.
[EV Grieve]

Best Yet Market has arrived in Harlem, selling very fresh produce and meats, hot and cold salad bar selections, and pizza; it features a cafe area.
[Uptown Flavor]

The owner of Luzzo’s has opened Ovest Pizzoteca by Luzzo in Chelsea, specializing in pizzeria, panini, and small plates cooked in a wood-and-gas-burning pizza oven.
[Grub Street]

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