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The Randolph At Broome

  1. Expansions
    The Randolph Plans Sidewalk SeatingIt’s slated to roll out alfresco seats in May.
  2. Empire Building
    The Randolph Plans Underground Music VenueA “musician’s collective” with practice and performance spaces.
  3. Cool Beans
    The Randolph Installs Coffee Bartenders for ‘Slow’ ServiceA coffee bar that’s more of a “personal, cocktail-like experience.”
  4. Bar Menus
    A Look at the Randolph’s New Alidoro-Designed MenuSandwich artist Walter Momente does panini for the first time.
  5. Mediavore
    Vesuvio Bakery to Reopen, Not-So-Happy Meal at McDonald’sPlus, Tim Zagat is BFFs with Bo Dietl, and mixologist Matt Gee reveals his secrets, in our daily news roundup.
  6. Openings
    The Randolph’s Menu, RevealedA strawberry-cucumber fizz with your PB&J?
  7. Openings
    Milk and Honey’s Matty Gee Cocktail-ifies the RandolphA Sasha Petraske protégé is one-upping his mentor by freezing his booze for the coldest drink possible.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Ko to Serve Lunch?; Bar Carrera’s Expansion CompleteJosh Hartnett’s party spot and a Q&A with chef Philippe Massoud in today’s neighborhood food news.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Oven-Equipped Food Truck for Sale; Scarpetta Off to Strong StartThe Randolph has a lot going for it and Tribeca gets another good French takeout option, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Tickets Still Available for Taste of the Nation; Jean-Jacques Rachou CooksThe Pioneer Inn space is to become the Brooklyn Ice House and the Randolph might expand in today’s neighborhood food news.
  11. Openings
    Prepare Yourself for ‘Upscale Professionals’ and Prince Night In this week’s magazine, an Intel piece delves into the controversy behind Forty Deuce, but Ivan Kane’s club isn’t the only banker bait coming to Chinatown/Little Italy. As the photo above indicates, the notorious porno wallpaper in M Bar’s bathrooms is being torn down. In its place, come September 24, will be the Randolph at Broome. Look for a “West Indies speakeasy” motif and expect “upscale professionals who love to get down.” That means people who’ve graduated from cheap Bud pitchers to $30 to $40 pitchers of beer and a vodka cocktail called the “Michael Derry.”