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The Plywood Report: Galway Hooker, Thistle Hill Tavern, Uncle Charlie's, and More

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1) Upper West Side: Multiple tipsters write in to report that the old Aix/Bloomingdale Road space on 88th and Broadway is getting renovated: "There's now a sign that says something is coming soon. I think it's called (aged) and will be a steakhouse, but I have to admit I was across Broadway and couldn't see the banner too well. I hope it's pricey and underwhelming, because that seems to work so well in that spot." [PLYWOOD]

2) West Village: Says another tipster: "The former Chanto space on 7th Avenue and 10th Street is going to be a second location of midtown Irish pub, Galway Hooker.

3) Lower East Side: Grub Street reports that the old 87 Bar space at 67 Ludlow St. will soon become a branch of Uncle Charlie's, a gay piano bar with a location in Midtown: "we imagine it’ll have the same homegrown vibe, BYOM (bring your own music) karaoke nights, generous drink specials, and pianists performing show tunes, pop, and jazz." [PLYWOOD]

4) South Slope: The Strongbuzz brings word that David Massoni of 'inotecca plans to open Thistle Hill Tavern this December with NOFX's Mike Burkett: "The restaurant, which will be located at corner of Seventh Ave. and 15th St. in the South Slope, will serve robust regional seasonal cuisine in a very laid back, turn-of-the-century tavern setting." [PLYWOOD[

5) Village: Fork in the Road learns that Patty & Bun an "Authentic American Tavern," is opening soon on West 8th Street near 6th Ave. [PLYWOOD]

6) Clinton Hill: Brownstoner reports that a new restaurant is going in on Fulton St.: "We saw a rather stylish gentleman dismounting from a single-gear bicycle and entering the space this morning, a sign perhaps of an equally stylish establishment?" [Brownstoner]

7) Upper West Side: A press release reveals that a new soon-to-be-named wine bar is going in at 434 Amsterdam Ave. at West 81st St. The space is 1,350 sq. ft. and they took it over on Sept. 1. [PLYWOOD]

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