Posted May 18, 2010 at 6:25 am
Longtime Greenwich Village favorite Suzie’s Restaurant at 163 Bleecker Street is currently under the knife. The 38-year-old Chinese eatery will remain closed for a two-week period of renovations. Work on the interior began yesterday and should last until the end of May.
Posted April 14, 2010 at 6:23 am
The Pinch bar at 237 Sullivan Street is reportedly under new ownership after a five-year run, and with it, an identity change. Last week, a new awning (and new color scheme) was unveiled for the successor, Triona’s. Meanwhile, signage for Pinch still hangs up above. Triona’s, 237 Sullivan Street, (212) 982-5222
Posted March 31, 2010 at 6:18 am
Judging by the passive-aggressive urban etiquette note stuffed into the security gate of Bamboleo Cafe earlier this week, the Mexican eatery at 170 Bleecker Street seems to have security problems. And it would appear that the onus squarely falls on a roving gang of “crackheads” in the area.
Posted March 17, 2010 at 6:18 am
Exactly one year ago, the city dedicated the corner of Sullivan and Bleecker Streets to two fallen auxiliary police officers – Eugene Marshalik and Nicholas Pekearo. Both men were gunned down in March 2007 while in pursuit of a murder suspect running up MacDougal Street. The perp had just murdered an employee at the now-defunct Demarco’s […]
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Filming for Morning Glory makes a return to the downtown area today, despite the hard rains of the past few days and the impending snow storm. The shoot will take place on Bleecker Street, between MacDougal and Thompson.
Posted February 18, 2010 at 6:19 am
Aurora, the trinket-slash-old-school-boutique shop at 185 Bleecker Street is out of business. In fact, if the notice attached to the window is any indication, the self-proclaimed “fabulous boutique” was legally possessed by the Marshal’s Office on February 9.
Posted January 6, 2010 at 6:18 am
There is finally some movement to report at the recently-demolished 178 Bleecker Street. For the better part of six months, the site had been left for dead, with the only sign of life being leftover wooden joists. But the delay was not without reason. Indeed, at the behest of the community, the DOB halted all […]