Plus, the latest on the Upper East Side store's reopening.
A Williamsburg transplant is replaced by a Thompson Street transplant.
The club with nine lives may have bounced back from smoking, assault, and drug woes.
The search for a tenant has apparently been suspended.
Jennifer LeRoy may be reunited with Tavern on the Green yet.
It's now called 400 Carroll Street. But will there be booze?
The West Village soul-food institution gets an upgrade.
"Any illegal activity will not be tolerated" at the neighborhood pub.
But where did its giant illuminated lobster go?
Summer really begins with the seasonal reopening of this hip taco shop.
A Cuban longtimer is up and running again after being closed by its landlord, Columbia University.
What's new in Chinatown, including a new use for dim-sum-palace cooking oil.
Among other things, "partner issues" have delayed the 'Top Chef''s Lower East Side debut.
The new incarnation of Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield's fish shack will have sidewalk seats and a "sense of humor."
After its shuttering last October, one of the city's hottest party spots has reopened.