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The Capsouto Freres Space Hits the Market

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Krieger

33-year-old Tribeca bistro Capsouto Freres has been closed since Hurricane Sandy, when the storm surge flooded the space. Now it looks like it will not open again. Tribeca Citizen notices that Town Residential has a listing for the space on its website. The rent is $35,000 a month. Eater has made repeated attempts to contact the restaurant since November, but nobody has picked up the phone. A note on the restaurant's site reads: "We are still unable to open while we are repairing the damages due to 'Sandy.' Please, check back soon." In a 2010 Who Goes There? post, Brooks of Sheffield wrote: "Capsouto marches on with little fanfare, offering fine dining without pretension, confident consistency with little itch to follow trends."
· Au Revoir, Capsouto Frères [Tribeca Citizen]
· All Coverage of Capsouto Frères [~ENY~]
· Fine Dining Without Pretension at Tribeca's Capsouto Freres [~ENY~]

Capsouto Freres

451 Washington Street, New York, NY 10013 212-966-4900 Visit Website

Capsouto Freres

451 Washington St., New York, NY

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