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Matt Abramcyk

  1. openings
    The Brooklyn Heights Social Club Combines Cocktails With Stunning City ViewsCocktails and charcuterie, with sweeping views of the Brooklyn Bridge.
  2. Skirmishes
    Navy’s Planned Expansion Has Its Soho Neighbors Up in ArmsIt could be “a Trojan horse to introduce a new party venue.”
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at MaisonO, Tadashi Ono’s New Izakaya in the Old Kenmare SpaceThe izakaya takes some design cues from a 1977 Japanese cult horror movie.
  4. Coming Soonish
    Matt Abramcyk Helming Boutique Hotel Gowanus Inn & YardThey unpaved a parking lot and put up a boutique hotel.
  5. Leftovers
    Jeepney’s New Menu; FreshDirect Delays Post-Sandy DeliveriesPlus, Alobar celebrates, Gordon Ramsay’s unlikely new partner, and more in today’s leftovers.
  6. Nightlife
    First Look at Super Linda, a Matt Abramcyk, Serge Becker, Richard Ampudia, JohnTwo of New York nightlife’s biggest magic-makers have teamed up.
  7. Slideshow
    First Look at Tiny’s Not-So-Tiny Tribeca Digs (Plus: The Lunch Menu!)A peek at the 60-seat bi-level space and the opening lunch menu.
  8. Openings
    Tiny’s Gets a Chef From Vongerichten’s StableJohn Martinez joins a team that includes Matt Abramcyk (Beatrice Inn) and Henrik Lunqvisk (New York Rangers).
  9. Openings
    Henrik Lundqvist’s Goal: For Tiny’s to Open in a Couple of WeeksThe Rangers goalie’s project with Matt Abramcyk of the Beatrice Inn is finally set to open.
  10. Slideshow
    A Sneak Peek at the Bunker Club, Matt Abramcyk’s Beatrice Follow-UpThe new underground lair in the meatpacking district is Beatrice meets McNally.
  11. Openings
    Ex-Beatrice Owner Invites the Select Few Into His Boozy BunkerA 170-year-old underground vault is poised to be the meatpacking’s next hot spot.
  12. Openings
    Inn-credible or Inn-evitable? Waverly Inn Partner Goes After Beatrice InnEmil Varda wants a liquor license at that fabled address, 285 West 12th Street.
  13. Openings
    Beatrice Diaspora: André and Abramcyk Plan Two New VenuesA U.S. outpost of the celeb-studded Parisian club Le Baron?
  14. Reopenings
    Guy Who Was Rumored to Have Gotten Beatrice Closed Brings News About ItsPlus, yet another Beatrice offshoot.
  15. For Rent
    Ex-Tailor Space Cruises Craigslist for a New Owner525 Broome Street could be yours.
  16. Celebrity Settings
    Where Matt Abramcyck Hangs While He Waits for Beatrice to ReopenPlus, Dick Manitoba’s favorite Italian spot.
  17. Slideshow
    A First Look at Warren 77, Where the Bea Meets MSGSee the new tavern from a Beatrice owner and a New York Ranger.
  18. Openings
    Beatrice Owner Opens Sports Tavern With New York Ranger Sean AveryJohn McEnroe and Josh Hartnett have already made appearances.
  19. NewsFeed
    The Chelsea Is Almost in Full Swing; Want Stephen Starr’s Menu As Proof?Beatrice Inn impresarios Matt Abramcyk and Paul Sevigny add food to their fifth-floor pool deck.
  20. NewsFeed
    Smith and Mills Responds to Neighbor’s AccusationsAround 2:30 this morning, we got a cloak-and-dagger e-mail from an anonymous tipster: “Mayor Task force just moved in on Smith and Mills.”
  21. NewsFeed
    Beatrice Inn Owners Hoping to Open Boîte in Puck BuildingMatt Abramcyk and Paul Sevigny are trying to open a quasi–social club in the Puck Building.
  22. NewsFeed
    Beatrice Owners to Open New Club in … Jersey?At one point Smith and Mills owner Matt Abramcyk was toying with the idea of opening a Skee-Ball bar in the financial district, but now it looks like he has a bigger project on the horizon — in Atlantic City! The Times reports that he and his Beatrice Inn partner, Paul “brother of the actress Chloë” Sevigny, are teaming with Curtis Bashaw, a developer of the Mondrian in Soho, to turn a former Atlantic City Howard Johnson into the Chelsea, a boutique hotel with a Stephen Starr restaurant. A spokesman for the project tells the Times that the Beatrice team is “going to be in charge of celebrity wrangling, including bringing Paul’s sister’s friends down” to a fifth-floor lounge. Chloë has gone to AC for a Morrissey concert, so it’s not beyond the realm of possibility. Our favorite part of the story? When the Times reporter gripes about getting turned away from the Beatrice. SoHo Meets HoJo In Atlantic City [NYT]
  23. NewsFeed
    Beatrice Currently Closed to Everyone, Not Just YouGawker reported earlier today that the Beatrice was closed last night, though “no one knew why.” Co-owner Matt Abramcyk fills us in. In order to address noise complaints, Abramcyk was doing renovations to facilitate quick entry and exit to and from the club. However, someone failed to apply for a permit to do some plumbing work. “When [the mayor’s task force] shut construction down,” Abramcyk says, “they left us with our pants half down, since we were doing it to satisfy them.” He’s working with his lawyers to get his pants back up in time to open tonight — not that it matters to the 99.9 percent of the city that can’t get in anyway. Paul Sevigny’s Beatrice Inn Shut Down Last Night [Gawker]
  24. Openings
    Smith and Mills: The Smallest Next Big Thing Ever Last November we were the first to predict that the Beatrice would be the hipstaurant of the season. Um, we told you so? Now from Beatrice (and Employees Only) partner Matt Abramcyk comes another contender — this one occupying a former carriage house in the Tribeca nether lands. Smith and Mills is one of the smallest restaurants we’ve ever set foot in, but on this, its opening day, we don’t think it’s too early to say it may just be the next big thing.