We have some finger-licking good news: more Upper West Side restaurants are on their way back or offering new deals.
Saiguette, the Vietnamese restaurant on 106th Street and Columbus Avenue, is still closed. But its Yelp page is offering a hopeful signal. It says that Saiguette will reopen on June 7. Tipster Stacy Pies also notes that Saiguette’s website has been updated, another sign of life.
Porter House, the steakhouse in the Shops at Columbus Circle, will be re-opening starting Friday, May 14th. Reservations are available now on opentable.
Le Pain Quotidien is replacing Maison Kayser at 76th and Broadway. Both companies had filed for bankruptcy last year and were acquired by the same company. We first reported that LPQ was coming a few months ago. Thanks to Joy and Loraine for the tip.
Mamoun’s Falafel turns 50 on Tuesday, May 11, and to celebrate the restaurant is offering a special deal: buy one falafel at regular price, get one falafel sandwich for 75 cents. The first 50 customers at each location also get a free t-shirt. The first UWS Mamoun’s recently opened at 508 Columbus Avenue (85th).
Spaghetti Tavern on Amsterdam between 80th and 81st is now a real tavern, having received its liquor license. So go walk like a cowboy down to the tavern and say hi to the moose.
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