#Hashtags #HappyHour @ The Handy Liquor Bar

As Soho’s only neighborhood blogger, I was invited to a blogger networking event at The Handy Liquor Bar.  It was a networking event focused on food bloggers, so I got to meet @NomNomNYCGirls & @MoodyFoodyAdventures who both have huge followings. The Handy Liquor Bar also did an amazing job getting local businesses to participate in […]

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Blue Ribbon Brasserie Is Undergoing Renovations

Blue Ribbon Brasserie, also known as my favorite restaurant ever, is undergoing renovations today and tomorrow and will re-open Wednesday, August 24, 2016. The bar will be totally re-vamped (not moved) and seems like the chairs and seating might be upholstered: Located on Sullivan Street at the convergence of the West Village and SoHo, Blue […]

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Oats & XO – Officially Closed Offline & Online

Oats & Xo was a concept by Xocolatti in search to create innovative foods for a healthier lifestyle. In essence, it was a high end granola shop with not only dessert style granola but also healthy granolas.  While the retail store at 172 Prince is closed, it might end up that Xocolatti re-opens in its place? […]

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Guaca-What? Hang Out At Dos Caminos Soho Tonight from 4-6PM For Free Guacamole!

Dos Caminos let me know they are offering free guacamole tonight from 4-6pm.  They are launching a new catch-phrase “Guactailing” which means drinking a cocktail while eating chips & guac. They just released a new menu with three new guacamole flavors! La Flaca: watermelon, ginger, mint, queso fresco and cucumber chips. Langosta: steamed Maine lobster, grilled […]

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The 5 Best Outdoor Restaurants in SoHo for Spring Season

Written By Jackie Eisenberg There are so many awesome things about spring. The weather is warming, the birds are chirping, sundresses are back in. But the most exciting of all is the sight of tables popping up on the sidewalks outside SoHo’s restaurants. We know what that means — outdoor dining is back at it […]

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San Carlo Is Opening Soon – Replacing Le Pescadeux

I was walking to work this morning and saw the new signage for San Carlo, an Italian restaurant that is opening soon at 90 Thompson: The NY Post reported on Valentines Day about the opening: San Carlo Osteria Piemonte is slated to open next month at 90 Thompson St. in the former Le Pescadeux space.   The […]

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David Beckham In Soho At Balthazar On Valentine’s Day

I was walking back to my apartment on Sunday (aka Valentine’s Day) and there was a crowd and police outside of Balthazar.  After asking around, it was because David Beckham was inside having lunch with his family. You can watch a clip of the crowd here And thanks to Perez Hilton for the great photo:

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Where To Eat In Soho On Valentines Day 2016

Check out these famed Soho restaurants for Valentines Day!  Am I missing any?  Please reach out at Danielle@sohostrut.com Aquagrill – Aquagrill is offering a four course tasting menu that is truly a Seafood Lover’s Dream Feast including dishes such as Imperial Osetra Caviar, Stone Crabs and Lobster Salad. Antique Garage – Antique Garage welcomes you to celebrate […]

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Spring Street Natural Moving Around The Corner To Kenmare

When I passed Spring Natural over the weekend, I saw a sign that confirmed they would be moving to Kenmare street.  I read over the summer Spring Street Natural had plans to move to 98 Kenmare.  Spring Street Natural is a Soho staple that has been at 62 Spring Street for as long as I can […]

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Two More Soho Restaurants Are Closing: Mezzogiorno & Costata

After writing last week that Le Petit Cafe and Snack closed,with Cafe Borgia and Le Pescadeux closing a few months ago, it was surprising to hear that Mezzogiorno closed December 23 and the NY Times article confirmed that Costata is closing 12/31. I always wondered when Costata would close.  Ever since the Italian restaurant opened, I rarely saw a crowd.  The location […]

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A Bad Week For Soho Restaurants! Le Petit Cafe & Snack Closed

On my walk home last night (January 16) from the ACE Programs For The Homeless holiday party on Spring Street, I noticed Le Petit Cafe was closed for good! Le Petit Cafe opened in 1990, and has been in business for over 25 years at their location at 156 Spring Street.   And this morning, I […]

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Le Pescadeux is Closed, Black Tap is Open

Le Pescadeux located at 90 Thompson Street, was known for their “fish two ways” and for $28 you could choose two from: Pan Roasted Wild SALMON, Horseradish Cream Pan Seared Wild STRIPED BASS, Golden Beet Vinaigrette Line Caught RED SNAPPER, Saffron Sweet Corn Purée Grilled Jumbo SHRIMP, Chorizo Pepperade Porcini Crusted Baked COD, Lima Bean Purée […]

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Dominique Ansel Opening Dominique Ansel Kitchen In West Village?

Planning to meet with members of the Community Board, and looking at the SLA applications is: Innovation Kitchens LLC, d/b/a Dominique Ansel Kitchen, 137 7th Ave. South, with 5 tables & 28 chairs (726-2015-ASWC) Could it be that Dominique Ansel is finally expanding his dessert empire to start serving lunch and dinner? Here is the […]

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Hampton Chutney is Re-locating…to Grand Street?

Strutting down Prince Street, I saw a sign in the Hampton Chutney window: “Available for net lease – 718-721-4882” I walked into the store and the employee told me that Hampton Chutney is looking to stay in SoHo, near Grand Street (where its cheaper).  Over the past few years, the retail space on Prince Street […]

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