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Bolo, Wafels & Dinges, and More Coming Soon

324 Lafayette, which could become the site of Bobby Flay's Bolo reboot. [~ENY~]
324 Lafayette, which could become the site of Bobby Flay's Bolo reboot. [~ENY~]


1) Noho: Above, take a look at the space that could become Bolo, the reboot of Bobby Flay's popular Spanish restaurant that closed in 2008. Flay got initial approval from CB2 for this space at 324 Lafayette last month, but there's no movement at that site. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

2) East Village: Wafels & Dinges has put up some teaser-signage on its coming space at the corner of Avenue B and East Second, EV Grieve notices. The latest word was that owner Thomas DeGeest was eyeing a spring opening. And Grieve also reports that El Diabolito, an incoming taqueria at 60 East Third St., is hoping to open next week. [PLYWOOD, POST-PLYWOOD]

3) Upper West Side: The West Side Rag notices that there's now an official notice up at the former Lansky's stating that Jalapeño, a nearby Mexican restaurant, has applied for a liquor license. (Rumors of this circulated last month.) Lansky's partner David Ruggerio is also a partner in Jalapeño. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

4) Murray Hill: Bao Noodles, which shuttered last fall, will be replaced by Staten island-based Goodfellas Pizza, per pcvstBee. [PLYWOOD]

5) East Village: At 182 Avenue B, signage has gone up for Haile Ethiopian Cuisine, The Local reports. The bistro will have 32 seats when it opens. [PLYWOOD]

6) Tribeca: Tribeca Citizen hears that Tribeca Bread is opening a new location in the neighborhood "in about three months." No word on location yet. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

7) East Village: In addition to the Haile Ethiopian news, The Local reports that Whole Earth Bakery on St Marks Place is going to be replaced by a Neapolitan pizzeria called Falanghina. Currently under construction, it's co-owned by a partner of a new nearby wine bar and the recently-opened Kura. [PLYWOOD]
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