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Hudson Square

  1. Trimmings
    The Wall of Restaurant WorshipAd agency Wieden+Kennedy’s floor-to-ceiling lunchtime idea board.
  2. Chef Shuffle
    Joe Isidori Takes Some Time Off From HarbourAn anonymous tip says he quit, but a rep tells us it’s just a vacation.
  3. Foodievents
    Work Near the Holland Tunnel? You Need a DrinkCity Winery hosts a backyard BBQ in a parking lot off Spring Street.
  4. Brunch
    Hudson Square Brunches: Hollandaise Near the Holland TunnelBar Artisanal adds lunch, too.
  5. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Harbour, Docking in Hudson Square on MondayA look at the seafood-slanted menu and a tour of the yachtlike interior.
  6. Openings
    Terrance Brennan Likely to Open First Artisanal Table in ChelseaPlus, the difficulty of opening a splashy restaurant in today’s economy.
  7. Trimmings
    An Early Look at Harbour, Opening in Hudson Square Next MonthWatch Michael Ayoub (who happens to be the owner of Williamsburg pizzerias Cronkite and Fornino) create the yacht-themed restaurant’s funky-centerpiece chandelier.
  8. Closings
    Hudson Square Lunch Spot, Eet, Is Closed Like a Bad ClamAnd: Why deli paella is not a good idea.
  9. Openings
    Empire BuildingJean-Georges Vongerichten and the man behind City Crab are planning new restaurants. Plus, a new ‘steakhouse for ladies.’
  10. Slideshow
    Jon B Shows Off His Ecofriendly Nightclub, GreenhouseThe man behind Home and Guest House spent a pretty penny to make his new venue green. So how did it turn out?
  11. NewsFeed
    David Bouley Rents Vast Space on Varick StreetA big-box restaurant for Bouley?
  12. NewsFeed
    Southern Hospitality Looking to ExpandSouthern Hospitality looks at the Steak Frites space on Varick Street.
  13. Openings
    1 Dominick Opens Today, Makes Theatergoing WorthwhileJimmy Carbone, of Jimmy’s No. 43 fame, opens a cafê adjacent to the Here Arts Center.
  14. NewsFeed
    Are Bastianich and Batali Coming to Hudson Square?Some possible high-end leadership for the old Dani space.
  15. Back of the House
    Dani Gives Up the GhostDani has closed, apparently. Eater has it from a sign on the window that Don Pintabona’s much-praised, but seldom-visited, Southern Italian restaurant on the fringes of Hudson Square has gone into the banquet business full-time. While that’s generally been an indicator of failure, there’s no doubt that a lot of restaurants (Guastavino’s comes to mind) have continued to make pretty good money by not serving meals. The restaurant business is truly a strange one. Deathwatching: Dani Goes Bye-Bye [Eater] Related: Dani Says, ‘You Be the Chef — and the Investor!’
  16. Back of the House
    Dani Won’t Be Having You Over for DinnerUsually, when a restaurant announces that it’s closing for dinner service, whitewashed windows and snarky obits aren’t far off. But there’s reason to think that Dani, which we’ve learned will be closing at 6 p.m. between now and Labor Day, might not be in such dire straits.