Open & Closed: Say Hello to B.A.D., Goodbye to the Archive Café


Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week.

The Archive Café in Bushwick has shuttered, due to alleged “ongoing financial issues.” New owners will open a new café in the space soon. [BushwickBK]

Cube 63 on the Lower East Side has closed, and the owner is reportedly moving his business to Toronto. [Eater]

B.A.D. will bring “Breakfast All Day” to Williamsburg, serving omelets and pancakes — as well as several vegan options — until the wee hours. [Time Out]

The Meatpacking District’s Bill’s Bar & Burger is opening a Rockefeller Center outpost, offering the same smashed Pat LaFrieda burgers as at the original. [Time Out]

The Upper East Side is getting a new Korean-accented spot with Helen’s Rice and Noodles. Expect $9 lunch boxes, bibimbap, and japchae, as well as ramen and sushi. [Midtown Lunch]

The Atlantic Grill has debuted in the space formerly occupied by O’Neals on the Upper West Side. It boasts two bars, a separate sushi bar, and 290 seats. [Eater]

The new incarnation of Caffé on the Green in Bayside is Valentino’s on the Green, named for Rudolph Valentino, who once lived there. [NY Mag]

MPD, which apparently stands for “mon petit déjeuner” and not Meatpacking District, will serve a late-night menu of truffled tater tots and other snacks. [UrbanDaddy]