Remember these? Via Krispy Kreme.
Krispy Kreme, the doughnut chain that was briefly addictive and then mostly forgotten in New York, is making a comeback in the city. It’s opening six locations before the end of the year, including one on the Upper West Side. The new Krispy Kreme will be located at at 2563 Broadway, between 96th and 97th streets, the company tells us. There’s no opening date yet.
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Joe’s Steam Rice Roll is opening a new location at 422 Amsterdam Avenue (80th-81st Streets), the company said on its Instagram page. Joe’s serves a kind of rice roll that is common in China. It’s described as “a Cantonese dish, also known as Cheung Fun, made of thin rice noodles rolled, and filled with meat and/or vegetables, topped with seasoned sauces such as soy and hoisin sauce.” See the menu here. Thanks to Nadira for the tip.
The Wing has released more information on its new coworking space at 380 Columbus Avenue (78th Street), which is set to open in the spring. It will have a cafe, workout room and pump room for mothers. In general, they charge about $200 a month, a rep said at a prior meeting. People can apply for membership now. We last reported on it here.
Stuart Weitzman has closed its location at 2151 Broadway (76th Street). Thanks to Melissa for the tip.
Japanese BBQ spot Gyu-Kaku that just opened on Amsterdam and 90th Street has closed temporarily “due to building maintenance issues,” but expects to reopen next week, a company rep tells us.