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Open & Closed: Say Hello to Lowlands; Goodbye to Jade Terrace | Village Voice


Open & Closed: Say Hello to Lowlands; Goodbye to Jade Terrace


Jade Terrace, the rooftop bar at China Club, has filed for Chapter 11 following China Club filing last month. The owners blame the economy for its demise.

The team behind Lokal in Greenpoint will soon open a Mexican place at 52 Nassau Avenue. Expect tacos, burritos, and quesadillas made from locally sourced ingredients.
[Brooklyn Paper]

Maritime Parc, a 30,000-square-foot seafood complex, will come to Jersey City in June, designed by Stephanie Goto, who did Corton.
[NY Times]

The 5 & Diamond is now open with Ryan Skeen at the helm. This is Skeen’s fourth restaurant in twice as many seasons.
[NY Times]

Le Da Nang has opened in the East Village, specializing in Central Vietnamese fare, such as sauteed eggplant and fried tofu, and minced-shrimp-and-chicken “Da Nang fritters.”
[Eating in Translation]

Lowlands has arrived in Gowanus, featuring a “wackadoo arrangement of things,” such as church-pew banquettes and green tasseled light fixtures, as well as a dozen tap beers.

Kenmare is finally open. The Beatrice Inn’s Paul Sevigny and Little Owl‘s Joey Campanaro promise Mediterranean-American fare, like basil gnocchi with short-rib ragout.

On Michael Huynh watch, the latest is D.O.B. 111. Jennifer Hill, who was at Bar Bao, will turn out French-Vietnamese fusion dishes, such as beef carpaccio with lemongrass.

After a week of lunch, brunch, and friends-and-family dinners, Pulino’s will finally open for evening service tonight.

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