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Battery Park City

  1. Openings
    Jose Garces’s Amada Opens in New York, With Rabbit Paella and Lamb FritesThe celebrity chef’s New York project is located at Brookfield Place in Battery Park City.
  2. Good Causes
    Parm Is Donating All Opening-Day Sales From Its Battery Park City Outpost toHe suffered a serious spinal injury during the May Amtrak derailment.
  3. Openings
    Stephen Starr Brings Frito Pie Burritos to New YorkEl Vez Burrito will open in Battery Park City.
  4. Openings
    What to Eat at El Vez, Stephen Starr’s Battery Park City RestaurantBuild-your-own tacos, oxtail enchiladas, and margaritas.
  5. Interviews
    Stephen Starr on El Vez and the Cutthroat World of Restaurant Real Estate“There’s only so much you can do when the rents are 70, 80, 100,000 a month …”
  6. Coming Soon
    Looks Like El Vez Is Opening SoonThey’re calling it an “intense restaurant opening.”
  7. Openings
    What to Eat at Harry’s Italian Pizza Bar, Opening Monday in BPCSquare pies and Italian classics for lunch, dinner, and late-night.
  8. The New York Banker Diet
    Food Trucks Roll Into Battery Park CityBPC is getting its own 21-truck food court, beginning Monday.
  9. Openings
    François Payard Bakery Now Open in Battery Park CityThe first croissants rolled out this morning.
  10. Openings
    Battery Park City Shake Shack Opens TomorrowThe latest Shack is ready to go.
  11. Openings
    Financial District Will Get Outdoor Bistro This SpringAnd Battery Park City gets a rooftop restaurant.
  12. Empire Building
    Danny Meyer Brings Shake Shack, Blue Smoke, and Fine-Dining Joint to BatteryThey’ll open next year.
  13. Empire Building
    Blue Smoke Rumored In at BPC; Shake Shack UES Slated for This MonthThe latest from Danny Meyer’s world.
  14. Rumor Mill
    USHG Doth Protest Too Much About Battery Park Shake ShackToday’s Shake Shack location rumor takes us to Battery Park City.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Gilt Shows Midtown East the HandBattery Park City: Flurt frozen yogurt looks almost complete on South End Avenue. [Eater] East Village: Wannabistro 26 Seats has just changed owners, but for now the menu will remain the same. [Grub Street] Flatiron: The Gansevoort people plan to open another hotel on Park Avenue South somewhere in the Twenties. [Down by the Hipster] Midtown East: Gilt will close for the last two weeks in August, before chef Christopher Lee debuts the fall menu. [Grub Street] Sunset Park: Sunset Park locals fight to keep out Papa John’s pizza: “I feel like this is the neighborhood’s last stand,” says one pie protester. [NYT] Upper West Side : Aix brasserie will host a six-course wine dinner next Monday night showcasing rosé. [Grub Street]
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Brothers Bromberg Bringing Japanese Barbecue to Columbus CircleAstoria: Bistro 33 on Ditmars at 21st Street has opened its outdoor seating and launched a weekend brunch featuring apple-Brie omelettes and blueberry pancakes. [Joey in Astoria] Battery Park City: Former Thor chef Kevin Pomplun is the director of operations for Will Goldfarb’s kiosk, Picnick, and there are more details about what will be on offer. [Gothamist] Columbus Circle: The Blue Ribbon coming to new hotel Six Columbus will transcend sushi by offering both a raw bar and Japanese barbecue. [Down by the Hipster] Harlem: Legendary soul-food destination Copeland’s Restaurant will close on Monday after 50 years and one last Sunday brunch. [NYT] Lower East Side: The herring at Russ & Daughters builds “manly strength.” [Eat for Victory/VV] Red Hook: DeFonte’s owner can’t go on vacation without spurring concern that the mom-and-pop sandwich shop has closed for good. [Lost City] Sagaponack: Townline BBQ is up and running as of Monday, hoping to succeed where four other restaurants have failed. [NYT]