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Reopening Alert

2013_kefi_nyc_123.jpgTwo Upper West Side restaurants that were forced to temporarily shutter earlier this year after sustaining severe damages from a water main break, are preparing for a comeback. Casa Pomona, a Spanish newcomer in the area, is getting ready to reopen in the next few weeks, while Michael Psilakis's popular Greek restaurant, Kefi, still has a few more months to go. Crain's reports that "workers have begun to replace waterlogged walls with new drywall, [and] Mr. Psilakis spent a recent afternoon picking out new tiles for the restaurant." [Crain's] [Photo]


Kefi

222 West 79th Street, Manhattan, NY 10024 (212) 873-0200 Visit Website

Casa Pomona

507 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY 10024 212-362-3200

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