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running late but on the december list....and its a couple doors from the basque place.......gran sichaun across the street.....below if from eater
Co. 230 Ninth Avenue
Initial Projection: December '07
Current Debut Projection: December 2
Odds, On Time Arrival: Even
Eater Projected Opening Date: 12/08/08
While 10 Downing attracted a good deal of press for its epic delays, it's not the only restaurant to make the fall previews two years in a row. Meet Co. Pizzeria, the long anticipated project from Sullivan Street Bakery's Jim Lahey, first announced in Summer '07. The pizzeria's original projection of December '07 came and went and we haven't heard much from the burgeoning pizzaolo all year. Until now that is. Longtime Sullivan Street Bakery disciple Ed Levine got a sneak preview of the setup last week and brought along Slice to document it. What they found:
finally open and on the december list......menu at link......peconic bay scallop crudo (thats my kinda crudo)!!!!
p.s. had awesome oyster's and sauted peconics at aguagrill last week, great place for oysters, peconics rocked, raw inside (and whats great was not on menu, but they did it for us!!)!!
I think Bill's crazy Palin/Turkey post should have gone on this page.
We just ordered our organic-soy-bean-fed-grass-grazing-Amish-farm-raised-16lb-turkey from Jeffrey. http://jeffreysonessex.com/
At 10 Downing, the long-delayed Village eatery from restaurateur Stephane Dorian (Le Zoo, Waterloo), onetime 71 Clinton chef Jason Neroni sends out market-focused, Med-accented New American fare at recession-conscious rates; its banquette-lined interior’s happening clientele and wallful of fine art ensure there’s plenty to please the eye, with a frontage of windows looking out on its bustling intersection to seal the deal.
from the times both i will get to asap...
AT VERMILION This branch of Vermilion, in Chicago, owned by Rohini Dey, specializes in Maneet Chauhan’s fusion of Latin and Indian food. It is to open Friday: 480 Lexington Avenue (46th Street), (212) 871-6600.
TXIKITO Alexandra Raij, who was the chef at Tía Pol and El Quinto Pino nearby, and her husband, Eder Montero, also a chef, will open their own Basque-style spot Nov. 13. Its name is pronounced chee-KEE-toe, meaning “little” in Basque. There are red patent leather stools at a limestone counter for canapés called pinxos, tapas and regional dishes meant for sharing: 240 Ninth Avenue (24th Street), (212) 242-4730.
momofuku milk bar and bakery
pork and egg bun: pork belly, deep fried soft poached egg, cucumber, hoisin, scallions
sign me up!!
great meal at wd50 last nite and i highly recomand the soup and the pork ribs should anyone be dining there.....