Nabe News: February 4

Posted on: February 4th, 2010 at 1:41 pm by

Lower East Side dress code, Mosaic Man benefit show, and Washington Square Park blueprints, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

If J. Crew has its way, there will be a new Lower East Side dress code.  We didn’t see any Bowery Boogie pants offered [EV Grieve]

Blueprints for phase II of the Washington Square Park re-design were recently revealed.  New dog runs and nine NYPD security cameras included in the plans [Curbed, WSP Blog]

Superdive’s subterranean Mad Dog Room was recently shut down by the DOB for lack of work permits or certificates of occupancy [Eater]

A 24-year-old woman at the NoHo Best Buy was accused of credit card fraud and using fake gift cards.  Police arrested her, but turns out, the cards she used were all valid.  Oops. The customer is filing a lawsuit [Gothamist]

After a year in existence, Donnybrook on Clinton Street is offering a full-blown daily menu.  Most of it is standard Irish pub fare [Fork in the Road]

Benefit for Jim “Mosaic Man” Power will take place on February 16 at Theatre 80, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.  Eden’s band, Eden & John’s East River String Band, is slated to perform [The Villager]

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