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EaterWire: Stanton Now Sojourn, Wall Collapse at Pizza Place, Extended Hours at Little Giant, and More

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HARLEM— A disaster report from Hybrid Harlem: "Apparently the building next to the 2280 FDB construction site suffered a partial collapse as they were shoring up its southern retaining wall. It does appear there are people trapped underneath the debris on the first floor occupied by Pizzeria 1-2-3." Curbed reports that all trapped diners have been treated. [Harlem Hybrid; Curbed]

UPPER EAST SIDE— Last month we learned that UES newcomer Stanton was going to change its name in order to avoid litigation. Zagat reports they are now called Sojourn. [Zagat]

LOWER EAST SIDE— From Little Giant: "While others 'spring forward' this weekend with Daylight Savings Time, Little Giant is 'falling back' by opening an hour earlier, at 10am. Starting this weekend (March 7 & 8), and every weekend thereafter, Little Giant will serve brunch from 10am-4pm on Saturdays and Sundays." [EaterWire]

UK— The number of diners who have fallen ill from eating at the UK temple of molecular gastronomy, the Fat Duck (background here) now has now reached over 400. [Guardian]

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