Photo via Sushi Inoue Instagram.
Michelin-starred restaurant Sushi Inoue is planning to open a location at 35 West 64th Street, according to the New York Post. “The new, 3,800-square-foot space seats 150 people on the main floor, has a 2,400-square-foot lower level and is currently undergoing a gut renovation.” Sushi Inoue’s first location is at 381 Lenox Avenue in Harlem. Here’s the menu at that location.
Greek restaurant Elea from Chef Joe Ragonese is getting ready to open at 217 West 85th Street. Its Facebook page says it will open in Spring 2018. Thanks to Patxi for the photo.
Nail Club on Broadway between 78th and 79th closed on April 1, with a note on the door. Thanks to Jackie for the photo.
Lucky Pickle, the latest restaurant from Jacob’s Pickles owner Jacob hadjigeorgis, is now likely to open at the end of April, a worker told our tipster Flash. We last wrote about it here.
Renzo Gracie Martial Arts Academy has rented 5,000 sf of the lower level space at 246 Columbus, near 72nd Street. Renzo Gracie teaches Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Rafe Evans of Walker Malloy arranged the lease.
Wichcraft closed its stand at the David Rubenstein Atrium on 62nd and Broadway a few months ago, but now there’s a replacement until a more permanent cafe moves in, according to the Lincoln Square BID. “Metro Events, an NYC-based catering and special events business, will be serving food through May and offers both breakfast items and lunch during the Atrium’s operating hours. The menu, which includes a bagel and coffee combo, yogurt, soup, and deli sandwiches, will rotate weekly to keep hungry patrons satisfied.”
La Dinastia, the Latin American-Chinese spot at 145 West 72nd street, has been closed temporarily by the Health Department. Thanks to LG for the photo.