A Japanese fusion restaurant has closed, as new Mexican and Kosher food is on its way. Check out several Upper West Side openings and closings below.
Fusha on Amsterdam Avenue and 75th street has closed its doors “We are eternally grateful for the support you have given us over the past few years,” the owners wrote in a sign on the door. They urged customers to head to Amber on 70th street, which is owned by the same people. As we wrote a couple of months ago, a broker said health-food restaurant Sweetgreen leased the space, but the company has given mixed messages about whether it’s actually coming. Thanks to Gavan and Douglas for tips.
Chipotle will expand to Columbus Square, with plans to open at 805 Columbus on the Southeast corner of 100th street, according to the Commercial Observer. “The deal, signed roughly two weeks ago, is for 2,564 square feet, said Kelly Gedinsky of Winick Realty Group, and the asking rent was $165 per square foot.
Camp Canine is taking over the New York Dog Shop space on West 73rd street and will have a cat camp for “luxury cat boarding,” according to Tania.
The space housing Scaletta, the Italian restaurant at 50 West 77th street that’s been there for more than a quarter century, is on the market. The flyer says it will be available as of March 2016. This doesn’t mean Scaletta will definitely close, only that the landlord is marketing the space.
The Hertz on 95th street and the parking garage next to it have now officially closed, a tipster tells us.
Harmony Karate opened last week at its new location, 251 West 81st street.
The AT&T store on 78th and Broadway is “more than doubling in size, taking over the empty storefront just to its south. No expansion opening date yet,” says Harriet.