The celebration includes free glasses of sparkling wine tonight.
The restaurateur says he's got a location on Gansevoort Street.
The cooperative East Village restaurant is serving "upscale comfort food."
The restaurant will reopen in the now-former Rosette space.
It closed after service on August 18 when a pipe burst in its dining room.
It's been closed for seven years.
Speakeasy and carry a large gimlet.
Pizzas and cocktails join the lineup.
It had been open for 70-something years before the 2007 closure, after all.
There will be "a bit of the old with lots of new."
It's been closed since March.
Alvin Reed needs investors.
There goes the neighborhood, again.
It won't be a dive, and there's going to be a food component, too.