Tiny Fork Debuts New Light-Filled Facade

Posted on: August 6th, 2013 at 10:20 am by
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Tiny Fork just added an additional glitz factor to its facade. A touch of neon and bubble lighting. The gaudy new wraparound signage was installed piecemeal over the last month, and will soon flood the sidewalk. A cocktail glass is suspended between the “Tiny” and “Fork,” where the corner masonry meets. It’s flanked on either side by other illuminated queues to inform us that this is a “raw bar” where we may find “cocktails.” So far, only the namesake is plugged in…

Also, don’t forget that some sidewalk seating is also in the cards for the upscale oyster bar. Community Board 3 last month approved the measure to include nine tables and eighteen seats on the sidewalk out front.

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