Nolita: This morning, Lost City confirmed earlier reports that Jim Mamary and Alan Harding's shuttered Brooklyn standby Patois would be reborn at a new location in Manhattan. The new space, at 177 Mulberry Street—right around the corner from La Esquina—has been open for about a week now, and the menu is fairly similar to its Brooklyn predecessor, if a tad more pricey.
As for the rumored Brooklyn charcuterie shop, a worker tells us it's, well, still in the works; she expects it to be open by the end of the year. And that $12.95 unlimited mimosa deal? That's for real.
· Patois' "Rude Owners" Move Brooklyn Restaurant to Mulberry Street [LC]
· Pre-Plywood: Plans for a Soho Patois, BK Charcuterie Shop [~E~]
— Reporting by Amber Benham