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Zinczenko and Abrams Consider Turning White Street Into a Wine Club

As the restaurant approaches its second birthday, White Street's owners explore a possible concept change

[The dining room at White Street]
[The dining room at White Street]
Daniel Krieger

Galvanized media founder Dave Zinczenko and ABC News chief legal affairs anchor Dan Abrams are in talks to change the concept of their Tribeca restaurant, White Street, which they opened in 2014 with chef Floyd Cardoz, who has since been replaced by Joel Reiss. The media honchos have been discussing bringing in a third partner, and are considering transforming it to a members only wine club, a model that has recently become popular in London. "We've been exploring a range of great possible partnerships for this gorgeous space,'' says Zinczenko. "There are also a handful of other possible options.'' Eater understands that among those being considered are an exclusive events space and an upscale Italian restaurant. Look for more news in the fall.

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