Last October, Harold Dieterle and partner Alicia Nosenzo announced that they would be opening a new European restaurant called The Marrow in Downtown Brookyn's Hotel 718. Now Dieterle tells Eater that he and Nosenzo hope to open the concept in the former Paris Commune space at 99 Bank Street, and his rep notes that they've dropped all plans for the Brooklyn restaurant.
Of course, no lease has been signed and the plans hinge on whether or not things work out with the CB2. As you may recall, Stephen Starr tried to take over the space earlier this year, but he dropped the project after encountering resistance from the CB2. Hopefully Dieterle and Nosenzo will have more luck with the board. Their two restaurants, Kin Shop and Perilla, are neighborhood favorites, and they've proven to be outstanding operators. The Marrow is on the docket for the CB2's SLA Licensing meeting on July 12.
Dieterle's camp also notes that they parted amicably with the developers at Hotel 718.
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