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EaterWire EVill Edition: Vox to Open in Bowery Poetry Club, Artichoke Deemed Manhattan's Di Fara's

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EAST VILLAGE— Cutty runs a quick Q&A with the owner of radical coffee shop Vox before he opens his branch in the Bowery Poetry Club. He described the project in this way: "It's an experimental business that's a hybrid of socialism, anarchism, and the best of — I would say — baby-boomer capitalism. Or punk-rock capitalism: Capitalism that's into abolishing capitalism as we know it." [Cutlets]

EAST VILLAGE— Slice readers have been hitting up the newly opened Artichoke on east 14th St, and they're saying some incredibly bold things: "As a pizza enthusiast, I get excited by the mere whispers of a new pizza joint opening up in my neighborhood. In the East Village, we have Vinny Vincenz and Una Pizza, but now it's time for a new slice...I tried it last night, and may I say—Manhattan has its Di Fara." [Slice]

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Artichoke Pizza

328 East 14th Street, New York, NY 10003

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