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Falai Panetteria

  1. Neighborhood Watch
    Friedman and Bloomfield Eyeing Oliva Space; Falai Panetteria Back in BusinessPlus: BCD Tofu House in Koreatown closes for good, Chinatown will have its own Restaurant Week this year, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  2. Revival
    Falai Panetteria Will Reopen As ... Falai PanetteriaA chef from the Falai mini-empire has partnered with Iacopo Falai, and they plan to reopen the revamped café next week.
  3. Closings
    Falai Panetteria Is Now ClosedWe knew it was on the market, but now the bakery-café is no more.
  4. Closings
    Falai and Falai Panetteria Are On the MarketSo much for that mini-empire we thought Iacopo Falai was planning for Clinton Street.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Brazilian Pool Party Returns to Times SquareClinton Hill: “Seder in a Box” prayer kit available for $1 at St. Joseph’s College. Bring it to one of the nontraditional Seder meals we recently recommended! [Clinton Hill Blog] Lower East Side: MySpace pages offer insight into why Falai Panetteria waitresses are so bitchy. [Gawker] Midtown East: No longer keeping their chin up: I-Chin has closed. [NYT] A Burger King on Fifth Avenue sues its landlord over rats, who were probably seeking a new food source after Hunan Fifth got shuttered. [NYS] Red Hook The beloved El Huipil is no more, but the new owners of the space will also serve Mexican food — made by a “hot chef.” [Eat for Victory/VV] Times Square: “Reality dining” comes to Broadway when Spotlight Live opens on April 6. [NYT] The free Brazilian pool party at Hotel QT returns this Thursday, promising live music, cachaça specials, and skinny-dipping-themed pickup lines. [NewYorkology] Tribeca: Oh, dom: Dominic closes. [NYT] Turtle Bay: The U.N.’s all-you-can-eat Malaysian buffet kicks off in mid-April! [NewYorkology] Union Square: Union Square Café name sold to Tokyo group. Related: Tokyo has a Union Square? [NYT] Upper West Side: Ollie’s Noodle Shop workers follow Saigon Grill deliverymen. [Eater]