clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

EaterWire: Whisky Sunday now Fly Fish, Whole Foods Wine

PARK SLOPE— The banh mi trend rages on in Park Slope. The newest addition (right) is Henry's at 431 7th Ave. All sandwiches are $5.95. It opens on Thursday. [EaterWire]

PROSPECT-LEFFERTS GARDENS— Less than a year after Brooklyn restaurateur Jim Mamary opened his PFG spot Whisky Sunday, he's changing the concept. It's now called Fly Fish, "has been redecorated to give it a more dock-like aesthetic and has a seafood-based menu, but will keep some of its old BBQ favorites." [Brownstoner]

MEATPACKING DISTRICT— The new club/restaurant opening in the old Lotus space, Abe & Arthur's, is hiring. [DBTH]

UPPER WEST SIDE— After being thwarted in opening up a wine store in Time Warner Center and later on the Bowery, Whole Foods will finally get its wish at its newest location on 98th and Broadway. [Diner's Journal]

LITTLE ITALY— The Italian Food Center, a sandwich shop/grocery/raw bar in Little Italy now has a take out Zeppole window. [GS]

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater New York newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world