Revamps and Reopenings: Jeffrey’s, Morini, Carteles, Gallery Bar, Ryan Maguire’s, Columbine, Hideaway, and More

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Acme isn’t the only downtown endeavor that’s revamping and/or reopening: Jeffrey’s Grocery has reopened as more of a dining room and bar than a grocery; Feast had a look at the new dinner menu, and Eater had more details. The latter site also hears rumors that Michael White has acquired the space next to Osteria Morini for a possible expansion. Meanwhile, EV Grieve notices that the old Carteles space will soon reopen as Bittermens General Store (selling cocktail equipment) and Amor Y Amargo, a “bitters tasting room” serving stirred bitter cocktails, housemade vermouth, and tapas.

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Eater reports that Gallery Bar is reopening after its brush with the law, and still more exciting, Ryan Maguire’s Ale House has reopened in the financial district a year after it was felled by fire. Tribeca Citizen reports that Columbine has reopened next door and Hideaway is planning to reopen this month after a fireof its own. And finally — just a slight reboot, but Fork in the Road reports that Harry’s Steak has hired acclaimed English mixologist Sean Muldoon to redo its cocktail program.

Upward and onward, all!