Holiday Hangover: The Stories You Missed During the Holiday Week
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So, you were traveling and couldn’t find the wi-fi connection to check out the Boogie. Or you couldn’t muster the energy after a week of binge-drinking tequila and egg nog. Well, either way, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the notable stories from the coverage you may have missed last week.
- Clinton Street Baking Company finally debuted its expanded dining room on New Year’s Day. The expansion is more than a year in the making, and was forged at the expense of Min’s Market.
- Three restaurant suppliers were forced from the Bowery, all of which found new homes. Chair Up is relocating around the corner to 48 Delancey Street.
- Before the controversy of Adam Purple (aka David Wilkie) was made public, we published an op-ed written by his grandson about the stupidity of naming the Hotel Indigo rooftop bar after the man.
- Late-night wrap aficionados, Wolfnights, are expanding their footprint on Rivington Street. The new seating area is inside the former Felix Tailor Shop next door.
- A Lower East Sider is looking to open a new cafe inside 26 Canal Street. It’s called Little Canal, and will go before Community Board 3 later this month.
- Samy Mahfar received approval from the city for his new ten-story residential project at 255 East Houston. It’s an L-shaped development that includes two buildings, including one on the Suffolk Street side.
- There’s an illicit speakeasy happening at 36 Ludlow Street, and it’s pissing off the neighbors.
- Yes, there’s a CBGB restaurant inside Newark Liberty airport. And it already has a parody menu.