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What Will Become of Kurve and E.U. Spaces?
Two of the East Village’s most notorious locales are due for makeovers.
Kurve’s Replacement Will Be Called Cooper’s Craft and Kitchen
The space will no longer be futuristic and the name is a genuine throwback.
Dempsey’s Takes Over Kurve/Rhong Tiam Space
It’s becoming a craft-beer bar and restaurant.
First Look: Thai Favorite Rhong-Tiam Closes in East Village, Opens in Gramercy
The new location offers 40 Carrots fro-yo, Asian burritos, and more.
What Not to Eat
Mysterious Ghost Restaurant Produces ‘An Affront to the Hamburger’
What exactly is “Burger Exit” and how are its patties?
Cause for Concern: The Blown-Up Food Photos of the East Village
If this keeps up, the neighborhood might just turn into one big Applebee’s picture menu.
Recession Is Your Friend
Kurve Pulls Out All the Stops: Live Jazz, Happy Hour, and Prix Fixe
Plus, a couple of other spots are saxing it up.
Kurve Is Served: Eviction May Be Imminent
The quirky East Village experiment owes $52,253.43 in back rent.
Kurve’s Andy Yang Thinks It Was Bruni Who Was ‘Konfused’
The owner of the endlessly entertaining East Village establishment says the ‘Times’ critic just didn’t get the place.
Bruni Kills Kurve, Secession Yields Mixed Results
Restaurant Girl is game for Cipolla Rossa and Alan Richman is entertained at Charles, in our weekly review roundup.
Kurve Installs Another Restaurant in Its Kitchen. Allow Us to Explain.
Andy Yang opens a takeout and delivery outpost of Rhong-Tiam.
Food-Stamp Usage on the Rise; a Website for Bacon Lovers
Frank Bruni gets frustrated by Kurve, and candy-inspired cocktails for Halloween, from our glance at the morning headlines.
Michael Alan Connelly
Today in Kurve
An early report indicates possible Justin Timberlake influences.
Kurve Is Finally, Totally Open. Help Yourself to a Menu
Andy Yang says that so far his patrons have either loved or hated the food.
New Dessert Bar on Clinton Street; Kurve’s Menu Incomplete
Toloache’s $1 tacos are going fast in Times Square, and the East Village gets a new Thai restaurant, in today’s neighborhood news roundup.
Kurve, White Star Plan to Be Going Strong Tomorrow
Don’t worry, Kurve’s closing is only temporary.
Which Wine Bar Will Protesters Rage Against Now?
Now that he has called off the fight against Bowery Wine Bar, we have some suggestions for a new bogeyman.
Kurve Designer Karim Rashid Thinks New York Has Some Catching Up to Do
We asked him about the state of New York City restaurants; his favorite color, pink; and what he plans to do with the hidden cameras above the bar.
Webster Hall Landmarked; Bruni Bestows Honor on Boston
Rest easy, as Webster Hall is safe at last, highly desirable restaurants exist in both Boston and Philadelphia, and food companies finally learned to court bloggers. Especially weird niche ones.