Open & Closed: Say Hello to Tre Otte; Goodbye to Olana

After declaring bankruptcy last year, Olana has finally closed. A staff member says the restaurant rallied, but could not negotiate an affordable enough rent with the landlord.
[Eater]

Argo Tea Cafe has opened in Chelsea, serving more than 30 loose-leaf teas, as well as Fairtrade coffee and a menu of small food items.
[TONY]

Mode Bistro has opened in the space formerly occupied by Noodle Studio in Williamsburg. Chef Jenni Brooks will turn out American and French staples.
[Eater]

The space that once housed Olive Vine Cafe in Cobble Hill is now home to Palmyra, a new Syrian restaurant opened by former soccer player Jouhan Daod.
[Brooklyn Paper]

Tre Otte has opened on the Upper East Side with Chef Salvatore Fraterrigo at the helm. Owners Louis and Lauren Cangiano own Cangiano, a huge market on Staten Island.
[NY Times]

Kenmare is now open for private events. The latest venture by the now-defunct Beatrice Inn's Paul Sevigny has enlisted Joey Campanaro of Little Owl fame to head the kitchen.
[UrbanDaddy]

The newest addition to Michael Hyunh's empire is Eastern Alley, a pan-Asian spot serving small plates like pho summer rolls and larger plates like soy-braised oxtails.
[Thrillist]

K! pizzacone brings you, well, pizza in cone form. Flavors include four cheese, vegetarian, BBQ chicken, and even, lamentably, a scrambled egg-and-ham breakfast cone.
[Thrillist]

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