We knew it was on the market, but now the bakery-café is no more.
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But the toque hopes to revive Falai's concept elsewhere.
"The Lower East Side has changed. I think it might be less fashionable," he told Diner's Journal.
The restaurant is closed owing to "technical difficulties," whatever that means.
So much for that mini-empire we thought Iacopo Falai was planning for Clinton Street.
The shop and bakery next to Caffe Falai debuted today in Nolita.
Plus, a new prix fixe at Falai, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus: staying sober in the hospitality industry, and the fast-casual price wars, all in our morning news roundup.
Bacon! Sausage! Pig tails!