86 Kenmare Street
Posted December 24, 2015 at 5:14 am
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 […]
Posted June 12, 2015 at 5:18 am
With Toby’s Public House on Kenmare Street now dust in the wind, Charlie Bird is swooping in for the take. As previously reported, elements of the popular West Village restaurant are opening a 52-seat satellite location here. Much of the menu will mirror the OG, broken down by similar catgories – raw bar, small plates, […]
Posted May 12, 2015 at 5:10 am
Team Charlie Bird is, in fact, taking over the space at 86 Kenmare Street, as first reported yesterday. Eater follows up on our story, noting that sommelier Robert Bohr confirmed that he and partners Grant Reynolds and chef Ryan Hardy are working on a new restaurant at the old Toby’s Public House. The 50-seat establishment […]
Posted May 11, 2015 at 5:00 am
Three years after its uphill struggle to install a location at 86 Kenmare, Toby’s Public House is kaput. The upscale pizzeria shuttered within the last couple weeks and the establishment is totally empty. But there is already interest from another suitor; an upscale newcomer to the SoHo scene. Looking at the Community Board 2 agenda for this […]
Posted January 10, 2012 at 6:18 am
From the outside, the restaurant looks fairly complete. Neons have been bolted to the brick exterior of 86 Kenmare Street since the end of summer, and the marquee boasts new-but-weathered looking namesake lettering.
Posted April 26, 2011 at 6:39 am
Last night was the big push by Toby’s Public House to meet the neighbors face-to-face. It wasn’t pretty, and tempers nearly flared.
Last modified December 5, 2010 at 5:46 pm
Once upon a time, Yee Fay Inc. was the operative business inside the squat warehouse at 37 Kenmare Street. Not anymore, though. Their signage was pried from the roofline, and replaced with twin leasing signs. Indeed, the spot is now up for grabs.