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BY GABE HERMAN | French bread and pastry shop Marie Blachere opened its first New York City location on April 11 in the Village. The company has 500 locations in France. The new shop at 301/303 Sixth Ave., at Carmine St., is the chain’s second U.S. location. The first opened in Great Neck, Long Island, on […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | In recent years, Korilla BBQ has been a welcome addition to the growing list of fast-casual restaurants that let you build your own order from quality, freshly made dishes. Korilla’s angle is Korean barbeque, and it offers it in the form of burritos, rice bowls and salads. A protein for your dish […]

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BY ROSE ADAMS AND RICO BURNEY |   COMMUNITY L-Train Open House: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Department of Transportation will be holding their last open house at which residents can learn about and give feedback on the upcoming L-train “slowdown” and the future of M14 crosstown bus service. Mon., April 8, at the […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | With so many bakeries in the Village, whether trendy, old-fashioned or otherwise, Sweets by CHLOE stands out as a vegan shop with tasty options. Sweets by CHLOE opened at 185 Bleecker St. in September 2016. It’s an offshoot of by CHLOE, the vegan casual restaurant right next door at Bleecker and MacDougal […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | New Yorkers are famously proud, and often snobbish, when it comes to their pizza. Which makes reviewing any local pizza a touchy subject. But when it comes to Village pizzerias, while Joe’s is quite good and gets all the glory and tourists, Fiore’s Pizza may actually make the best slice. Fiore’s is […]

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BY LINCOLN ANDERSON | Sarah Jessica Parker may have endorsed Fedora restaurant’s proposed expansion — but don’t try telling that to Community Board 2. The Village board Thursday evening voted nearly unanimously to recommend denial of Gabe Stulman’s application for his restaurant to “extend its licensed premises” to the rear yard of the four-story townhouse it’s […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | In recent months, police have been cracking down on groups of delivery people who congregate outside of the popular vegan restaurant by Chloe as they wait to pick delivery orders for apps like Postmates. At the Sixth Precinct’s Build The Block meeting last month, Neighborhood Coordination Officers Brian Garcia and Annalee Simon […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | There are so many food options on MacDougal St. between Bleecker and W. Third Sts. But Mighty Bowl is definitely worth seeking out amid this culinary cornucopia. It offers bowls of Asian cuisine with fresh ingredients, including custom menu items and a build-your-own-bowl option. The shop, at 120 MacDougal St., is the […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | The new operator of the White Horse Tavern assured the Community Board 2 State Liquor Authority Committee that he would not make significant changes to the historic bar. Restaurateur Eytan Sugarman must apply for a liquor license as the place’s new owner. He told the March 14 meeting that he had been […]

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BY MICHELE HERMAN | Those of us still mourning the loss of Tortilla Flats last fall can, for a little while, get a bit of a fix at Cowgirl Hall of Fame, the Hudson St. restaurant created by the same team. Tortilla Flats opened first, in 1983, with Cowgirl coming along six years later. Cowgirl offers […]

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