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Cobi Levy

  1. Temporary Closings
    Niko Is Closed, Probably for GoodDamage from a burst water heater seems to spell the end for the trendy sushi spot.
  2. Exterior Motives
    Finally: Niko Is NakedAppearance is everything.
  3. Openings
    First Look at the Windsor, Serving Truffle Grilled Cheese in the Old CharlesFor those who’ve outgrown Dorrian’s and are too young for 21 Club.
  4. Openings
    Niko and Akiriba: Much-Hyped Japanese Joints Get NamedPlus, the project formerly known as Commodore gets chefs from Bouley and Sushi Yasuda.
  5. Openings
    Beatrice Will Become Tapas JointWord from last night’s Community Board meeting.
  6. Openings
    Cobi Doin’ Work: Levy Takes Former Beatrice SpaceThe hallowed basement will come back to life.
  7. Empire Building
    Levy–Leventhal Soho Restaurant: Possible Name Revealed; DeChellisGuess the name. Go ahead, guess.
  8. Empire Building
    Table-Turning: Blogger Ben Leventhal Becomes RestaurateurHe’s opening a restaurant with the owner of another restaurant that his blog declared a “shitshow.”
  9. The Great Outdoors
    The Charles Opens Windows While the Beatrice Boards Them UpThe Charles opens its windows, while the Beatrice boards hers up.
  10. Charles in Charge
    Charles Owner Redecorates After Bruni Smackdown“It read like an amateur-hour book report.”
  11. Help Wanted
    You’re Invited to (Work at) the CharlesCharles, an invite-only restaurant, needs servers.
  12. The Other Critics
    Alan Richman on Charles: ‘All Media, All Celebrity, All Gorgeous’So the blog hype wasn’t misguided after all?
  13. New York Food & Wine Festival
    Today in New York City Wine & Food Festival CoverageFrom Gordon Ramsay on veal spinal cord to Al Roker on getting special treatment at the Shake Shack.
  14. Openings
    Charles Will Open (to Select Few?) October 20John DeLucie’s new project will apparently have a Waverly Inn–like reservation policy.
  15. Openings
    The Owners of Charles Are RevealedAnd details about the interior of John DeLucie’s new project emerge.