Your First Peek Inside Charlie Bird Spinoff ‘Pasquale Jones’ on Kenmare Street

Posted on: December 24th, 2015 at 5:14 am by
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Just following up on some news we first disclosed last may. As we reported at the time, the team behind the popular Charlie Bird venue is opening a new spinoff in the corner space formerly occupied by Toby’s Public House. Seven months later, liftoff is palpable.

Eater had it last week that the establishment is called Pasquale Jones, and will take the proverbial torch from its predecessor. Yes, more pizza. Chef-owner Ryan Hardy joins Tim Caspare to operate the twin Stefano Ferrara brick ovens recently installed. This is another of those “artisanal” pizza joints, so plan accordingly. Yet pizza isn’t the only option on the menu.

Apparently, Pasquale Jones will serve up five types of “Neo-NY” style pies alongside homemade pastas, wood-fired steaks, and whole fish. The fifty-seat restaurant is on schedule to bow at the end of January. Full liquor license is still pending with the State Liquor Authority.

In the meantime, take a quick peek inside 86 Kenmare Street, if you so desire…

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