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Thursday, June 23, 2016

The Weekly Roundup: The Best Slice Of Pizza In NYC, Blue Wine Is Now Trending and A Tribute To Porchetta




  • At Chelsea Market, Retail Growth and Vertical Flatline: High above and down below, big plans are in the works for Chelsea Market — but the building’s vertical expansion has been delayed, as Jamestown searches for an anchor tenant.
  • The Wayland Team Introduces a Stylish, Healthy-ish High Line Spot: The East Village's the Wayland and Good Night Sonny have a certain cool factor without any of the usual accompanying pretension. Let's hope that will translate to owners Robert Ceraso and Jason Mendenhall's new west-side concept, the Wild Son, which opens on Monday. 
    • The Wayland Team Opens MePa ‘Health’ Restaurant The Wild Son Today: Cocktail bar mavens Robert Ceraso and Jason Mendenhall — the partners behind The Wayland and Good Night Sonny — now have a less-boozy daytime restaurant near the High Line called The Wild Son. The restaurant at 53 Little West 12th St. opened today and currently only serves breakfast and lunch, with a menu focused on the "healthy philosophy" of eating grains, vegetables, meat, and fish.  

  • The Hamptons Top 10 Eateries: The trendy taqueria chain Tacombi opens its doors in Montauk this summer, offering a low-key alternative to the town’s fish-heavy fare just a few minutes from the Ditch Plains breaks.

  • World's 35 Best Ice Cream Parlors 2016: Historians tell us that the Chinese invented ice cream, and Chinatown Ice Cream Factory makes a good case for a long expertise (30 years!) in the craft, with delicious handmade flavors like pineapple, black sesame, red bean, and lychee — and those are just the “regular” flavors!

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