Open & Closed: Say Hello to Carteles; Goodbye to Aamchi Pao
Colicchio & Sons has opened in the Craftsteak space with a menu based on the Tom: Tuesday Dinner series. The front Tap Room boasts a wood burning oven and extensive beer list.
The Munch Truck has launched at the corner of 56th Street and Park Avenue, serving standard cart food (falafel, gyro, chicken over rice), as well as fish and chips.
Carteles, a Cuban sandwich shop, is opening in what will be a Cuban complex in the East Village. The team behind Death & Co. and Mayahuel are also planning a rum bar upstairs.
The Soho tapas joint n is getting a sister location in Dumbo. The opening party menu includes sangria, tapas, as well as meats and cheeses from Despana.
The long-awaited Village Tart has opened serving sweet and savory baked goods by Pichet Ong, including tarts, pizzettas, cakes, and a fresh-lime-and-tequila Margarita Bar.
TriBeCa welcomes RBC NYC, which specializes in coffees from several roasters brewed in the Slayer, an $18,000 espresso machine of which only 20 units exist worldwide.
Aamchi Pao, an Indian street food shop that has only been open since last summer, has been closed since the beginning of the year. Calls to the place went straight to voicemail.