Nabe News: March 2

Posted on: March 2nd, 2010 at 1:33 pm by

Best burger, a new eatery at Bowery and Broome, and Tokio 7 upgrade, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

Exposing the burger battle on Second Avenue.  Who has the best in beef? [EV Grieve]

Grunge revival in full swing?  SoHo’s Wool and the Gang store has text in its window reading, “knit it like Cobain,” referring to the rock icon’s love of sweaters [Racked]

Tokio 7 is upgrading its facilities.  The thrift shop is ditching its old location and re-locating to the ground floor of the vacant “7th Street Tumor” [Vanishing NY]

City Hall finally recognizes bloggers – it’s now allowing those in the blogosphere to obtain press passes.  Of course, the move is in response to a lawsuit [Observer]

Williamsburg Japanese restaurant Zenkichi is moving to the graffiti-laden 150 Bowery, at the northwest corner of Broome.  This real estate is smack in the middle of the remaining lighting district, which will soon be losing two stores.  Uh oh [Eater; Previously]

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