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Atrium, Tutto Il Giorno, and More Coming Soon

Outside the former Governor space in Dumbo, en route to becoming Atrium. [~ENY~]
Outside the former Governor space in Dumbo, en route to becoming Atrium. [~ENY~]

This is The Plywood Report. Notice any restaurant plywood or construction while you're out and about? Send tips and/or photos this way.


1) Dumbo: Take a look at the former Governor space in Dumbo, where a handful of db Bistro Moderne alumni are opening a new restaurant called Atrium. Work has begun on the space, which is due to open this summer. [PLYWOOD]

2) Tribeca: Confirming previous reports that the owners were scouting for locations in the neighborhood, DNAinfo reports that Sag Harbor standby Tutto Il Giorno is opening in a 150-seat location at 114 Franklin St. in Tribeca. It got unanimous approval from CB1's SLA committee, which means its road to getting a liquor license should be fairly easy. Construction has not yet begun on the casual Italian restaurant's Manhattan location. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

3) East Village: At 186 Avenue A, the former Kamui Den in the East Village, a "global tapas" restaurant called Cork 'N Fork is vying for a liquor license. Per EV Grieve, the SLA application includes plans for a space with 16 two tops and a 10-seat bar. It hopes to be open for lunch and dinner until about midnight. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

4) Clinton Hill: Brownstoner reports that an Italian bar called Schiano di Cola is opening at 14 Putname Ave., just off Fulton Street. It's taking over the former location of a tea café. [PLYWOOD]

5) Harlem: And way uptown, HarlemGal reports that the new Israeli restaurant and hookah bar Silvana is just about set to go and will soft open next week. Its full public debut will come just a few days after June 20. [POST-PLYWOOD]
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