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Landmarks Commission Supports Childs Renovation Plan

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The iconic Childs Restaurant building on the Coney Island boardwalk is going to be turned into a large amphitheater that will include a year-round restaurant. The Daily News reports that the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to support the $53 million plan to renovate the 89-year-old building yesterday. If everything goes according to plan, the city will purchase the building and the adjacent lot, and lease out a portion of the space to a restaurateur. The Daily News notes: "The food is expected to be similar to the pancakes and other breakfast fare served by the old Childs Restaurant." And, as a part of the plan, the terracotta figures on the front of the building will be restored.
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Childs Restaurant

2012 Boardwalk West, Brooklyn, NY

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