Colors, the restaurant created by former Windows on the World employees, is making another go for it, reopening recently after a renovation and a color splashed paint job. The gluten-free seasonal restaurant, which is actually owned by ROC-United (that stands for Restaurant Opportunity Center), has fought to stay open pretty much since it served its first diner in 2006. For a time back in 2008 it was operating $1 million in the red, and then in 2009 it made a shocker of a comeback after going on an extended five month hiatus. It's been on another long hiatus of late, but now Flo Fab brings the news that it's valiantly pulled through once again.
Collective Restaurant Colors Somehow Manages Yet Another Comeback on Astor Place
Yes, Colors is still open. In fact, it's just undergone a revamp.