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The Torrisi Boys Are Staffing Up Their Coastal Restaurant Near the High Line

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The tail end of the High Line is becoming restauranteur's row.

Daniel Krieger

Now that Dirty French has had a chance to settle in a bit, Major Food Group is staffing up the front of the house at its new High Line project. The Craigslist ad regrettably doesn't offer any new details about the project, or even a name, but the Torrisi boys have promised that the 100 seat restaurant will serve healthy, coastal Italian fare. And since staff is usually one of the last details to fall into place, the opening clearly can't be far away. Eater has reached out for an update, so stay tuned.

The area around the tail end of the High Line is becoming a veritable restaurateur's row, complete with Danny Meyer's relocation of Untitled and Keith McNally's promise to re-open Pastis on Gansevoort Street, and Seamus Mullen's soon to open El Colmado Butchery820 Washington Street, Meatpacking District

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