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The Plywood Report: Grange Food Co., Pudding Stones, La Caprice, and More

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1) East Village: The recently shuttered Old Devil Grill space is getting a new tenant! The restaurant moving into the once kitschy space is tentatively being called Grange Food Company, and it will serve local sustainable food. They'll have seating for about 30 and a full weekend brunch menu. Like Marlow & Sons and the dearly departed Borough Food & Drink, there will be a retail component in the front. It opens in about two weeks. [PLYWOOD]

2) Cobble Hill: Cobble Hill Blog reports that Bueno, the plywood vet on Pacific St. from the same owners as Pacifico, Since 1963, and Trout, will be opening soon. According to a note posted on their door, the restaurant will feature "cuisine of the Romance Languages" and is hoping to open by the end of August. [PLYWOOD]

3) West Village: A tipster sends in the above photo of the signage at the newest outpost of Pudding Stones Wine Bar at 48 Carmine Street. The third outpost of the New American wine bar is located on Carmine between Bleecker and Bedford, in a former laundromat. [PLYWOOD]

4) Upper East Side: A PR rep sends word of the October opening of a NYC-outpost of London restaurant Le Caprice, located in The Pierre Hotel on 61st St (at Fifth Avenue). The restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, with a menu that includes signature dishes like Thai-baked seas bass and chopped steak Americaine. The restaurant is owned by the same company as The Ivy and will feature artwork from photographer David Bailey, who will display his collection of 1960s Jean Shrimpton photos. [PLYWOOD]

5) East Village: EV Grieve posts that the former Baraza space on Avenue C near 9th St. appears to be reopening. A surefire sign of future noise complaints: the front wall of sliding glass doors. [PLYWOOD]

6) Williamsburg: From the tipline: "there is major plywood happening on the intersection of meeker, withers and lorimer". Anyone with any intel is encouraged to send it this way. [PLYWOOD]
-Leah Herman

Le Caprice

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