July News Roundup

In the News

Aug 2, 2021

July news highlights include restaurant openings and announcements, new office tenants, new hotel construction’s making progress. Stay in the know with the latest Flatiron News.


Restaurants & Bars

  • Junoon reopened and relocated after closing for a year (via Eater NY).
  • Sona, an elegant Indian cuisine restaurant, was featured in “The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Manhattan, July 2021” (via Eater NY)
  • Bambu, a Vietnamese-inspired beverage shop, opened at 38 East 23rd Street (via Patch).
  • Both Eataly’s Serra by Birreria and Glass Ceiling NoMad were featured in “Five New rooftops for business-friendly outdoor dining” (via Crain’s New York).
  • Pastry Chef Dominique Ansel opened his new Dominique Ansel Workshop featuring Ansel’s famous Viennoiseries and croissants (via New York Times).
  • Little Mad, a Korean-American spot lead by Executive Chef Sol Han opens on 110 Madison Avenue. The Korean-American menu is made with French and Italian techniques featuring beef tartare with shiitakes, soft shell crab, and Shin Ramyun-inspired crispy duck noodles with umami foam (via Time Out New York).
  • Cote lands a spot of “19 Places to Find Refreshing Frozen Cocktails in New York City” (via Eater NY).
  • Honeybrains was profiled and discussed their neuroscience-influenced menu (via THE CITY).
  • Mark’s Off Madison owner Mark Strausman expands food offerings to four menus (via New York Times).
  • Mista Oh, a woman-owned Korean restaurant, is featured for its Korean barbecue, fried rice, and soft tofu stew (via Forbes).
  • Bounce Sporting Club, an upscale sports bar and club, sets the perfect environment to watch the Olympics with “Hail Mary” drinks, chicken strips, and pig in a pretzel (via Gotham).
  • Sarashina Horii, one of Tokyo’s oldest soba shops, opened at 45 East 20th Street (via Eater NY).
  • Hill Country Barbecue Market was featured in “Where to Find Iconic Texas Dishes in NYC” (via Eater NY).
  • Giorgio’s of Gramercy’s Baked Alaska with strawberry and gelato was featured (via Untapped Cities).
  • The Breslin at The Ace Hotel reopened with a new menu of Bone Marrow Butter, Fried Head Cheese, Stuffed Pig’s Foot, and Charred Lamb Burger (via Gothamist).
  • Mister French will relocate from Lower East Side to 14 East 21st Street this September. L’Adresse opened their second location at 1184 Broadway offering contemporary American fare of burgers and seafood dishes  (via Real Estate Weekly).
  • Local restaurants Cote and Milu were featured on the “Restaurants Are Upping Their Soft Serve Ice Cream Game in NY” list (via Thrillist).
  • Gramercy Tavern is mentioned in “NYC Restaurant Week is back this summer and here’s what you should order at its best spots” (via Time Out New York).
  • Danny Meyer, Restaurateur and CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group, Eleven Madison Park, and other spots have required all employees to get vaccinated to work. Additionally, customers too need to be fully vaccinated to dine (via Washington Examiner).
  • NuLeaf, a “plant positive” restaurant, opens its first of two locations on 23 West 23rd Street (via Time Out New York).
  • Star pastry chef Eunji Lee has signed on with Hand Hospitality Group to open a pastry shop near the Flatiron Building. Details about the shop, including its name and exact address, are still under wraps. The pastry shop is slated to open in February of next year (via Eater New York).


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Header Photo Credit: NYC Council Member Carlina Rivera
Main Page Photo Credit: Carnige Hall

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