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Jon Snow Actor Kicked Out of Gramercy Bar

Plus, Waverly Restaurant is temporarily closed

Kit Harington
Kit Harington
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Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington kicked out of NYC bar

Friday night wasn’t Jon Snow actor Kit Harington’s best night. The Game of Thrones star was kicked out of Gramercy bar Barfly — and it’s all caught on tape. While trying to play a game of pool, a very drunk Harington reportedly became violent and belligerent, at which point the bar promptly removed him from its narrative.

Waverly Restaurant a victim of ConEd

ConEd is replacing a pipe at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Waverly Place, so it turned off the gas and forced diner institution Waverly Restaurant to temporarily close yesterday and into today. An employee tells Eater that once the gas is back on — which should be later today — the 24-hour diner will reopen.

The Sosta now has a ‘guest chef’ series with people who aren’t chefs

Pink-laden restaurant The Sosta, the Nolita fast-casual pasta place from ESquared, is bringing in a series of guest collaborators every month — all of them female, but not all of them chefs. First up is Katie Parla, a journalist and writer known for her work about Roman food. She worked with chef Ali LaRaia for a spaghetti with ajo, ojo, peproncino, and colatura, served all January. Future collaborators include Leandra Medine of the fashion blog Man Repeller, “influencer” Olivia Perez, Gail Simmons, and lingerie brand founder Morgan Curtis.

Spitzer’s Corner looks to reinvent itself, and other East Village maybes

After unsuccessfully trying to sell Lower East Side restaurant and bar Spitzer’s Corner, owner Rob Shamlian is now looking to turn it into another location of his Greenpoint beer hall Spritzenhaus. Nearby, the owners of Dan & John’s Wings have applied to take over the space next door, and a third applicant is attempting to win over Community Board support at the old East Village Tavern space for an American restaurant and bar. Meanwhile, here’s a look at East Village stalwart Veselka: