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This Indian Dessert Shop Is Closing Down Its Restaurant

Plus, a Nura alum opens a new Greenpoint restaurant — and more intel

Two boxes of colorful bite-sized sweets set in brown wrappers lay side by side on a patterned table.
Tagmo is closing on December 31.
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After the success of Surbhi Sahni’s online sweets shop during the pandemic, in 2021 she opened Tagmo as a full-service Indian restaurant and retail store in the Seaport District. Two years later, Tagmo’s restaurant is closing on December 31. Sahni tells Resy: “It’s been amazing to create some new food, and I’ll miss seeing my neighbors come through the doors regularly, but it’s also not a complete break from the community, and I hope to continue doing the work that I am doing now,” she says. Sahni will move her desserts — like badam narangi; chocolate burfi; pistachio burfi; and besan ladoo — back online. While the restaurant is shutting down, a spokesperson says Sahni plans to keep the space to expand the sweets side of the business and will continue with the Tagmo name.

Update: December 13, 2023 10:22 a.m.: This article was updated to include comments from Tagmo’s spokesperson to clarify that the dessert shop will carry on.

A Nura alum opens a new Greenpoint restaurant

As previously reported by Eater, Greenpoint bistro Le Fond closed in October after a nine-year run. The keys were handed over Allyx Seemann, an early-days waiter at Le Fond, who more recently worked in the kitchens of Jean-Georges and Nura. Today, December 13, Seemann opens the door on her first restaurant, Gator, at 105 Norman Avenue, at Leonard Street. An opening menu lists a cheeseburger with miso tempura mushrooms, crispy chicken paillard, sticky short ribs with coconut grits, and bruleed bread pudding. There is currently no liquor served as Gator’s license has yet to kick in.

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