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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Serious NYE Parties Last Night In SoHo

The “Soho Strut” Facebook feed is filled with photos from New Year’s parties all around SoHo…here are a few: The best photo goes to Raoul’s, who looked like they had burlesque dancers! {photo courtesy of The Hat Shop} Raoul’s is definitely on my list for next year’s New Year’s Eve plans! Next up was SoHo […]

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3 Things To Know About Pi Bakerie!

My new commute consists of walking from Sullivan Street to Broadway via Broome Street every morning.  Instead of grabbing Starbucks, I have been stopping at Pi Bakerie, located at 512 Broome Street (between Thompson and West Broadway). The first time I stopped in only for coffee, but after trying some of their breakfast items (the Bougatsa […]

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Sweetgreen Nolita Opening Tomorrow – Free Lunch Offer!

Sweetgreen was founded in 2007, and strives to be a destination for delicious food that is not only healthy, but aligned with values. Their five core values are: win, win, win:  create solutions where the company wins, the customer wins, the community wins think sustainably:  make decisions that will last longer than you will keep […]

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Thanksgiving Pie At The Newest Bakery In SoHo, Pi Bakerie!

SoHo welcomes Pi Bakerie to the neighborhood! While “researching” Pi Bakerie (aka eating everything off their menu) this week, we learned they are serving up delicious pies for Thanksgiving!  Be on the lookout for a future post on the “Three Things To Know About Pi Bakerie”! Their prices are as follows: 9″ Galaktoboureko: $30.00 9″ Apple, Pumpkin, […]

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Why ‘Foods Of New York Tours’ Is For Locals Too!

We took the “Original Greenwich Village”  food tour last weekend (offered by Foods of New York Tours) around the West Village with tour guide (and local celebrity) Ted Mineau. The over 3-hour tour left the group full of pizza, meatballs, assorted cheese, authentic ricotta cheese balls, bread, popcorn, cookies, and cannoli…but also more knowledgeable about the deep-rooted history […]

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Once Upon A Tart Is Re-Opening – Welcome back, Jerome!

When we announced Once Upon A Tart’s closure August 23, 2014, we had a feeling this wouldn’t be the last we heard from Jerome Audureau. Sure enough, we were right!  Jerome has been busy creating a Halloween themed window display at the store:   A website popped up highlighting the 23 year tenure of interesting window […]

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Soho Strut Interviews: Dominique Ansel – 189 Spring Street

When Dominique Ansel Bakery opened up on Spring Street back in 2011, SoHo had no idea how popular of a destination it would become.  Being SoHo’s first and only neighborhood blogger, I had the opportunity to interview the Chef in August! We talked about SoHo, Dominique’s typical day at the bakery, the *Cronut*, and the upcoming […]

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Check Out VitaminChick – An Organic Juice Bar in SoHo!

VitaminChick is an organic juice bar on Spring Street that opened in February 2014. It’s an intimate, independent alternative to the cold-pressed juice chains proliferating in the city. All the juices and smoothies are 100% organic, live, and raw. They offer fresh organic juices, vita-smoothies, organic açaí cups that are made-to-order, as well as bottled juices […]

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Jamón Carving Master Class Fall 2014 @ Despaña

Its that time of the year….FALL!  Despaña is hosting monthly Jamón Carving Master Classes this fall! Despaña is a cultural destination, featuring Spanish goods in a marketplace, tapas bar and wine shop.  For $400, you can take a class at their Broome Street location where you get 1) An entire Fermin Serrano bone-in Ham to carve on […]

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