The second location of Miriam, an Israeli restaurant with a flagship in Brooklyn, is coming to the corner of 74th and Amsterdam, tipster Scott notes. “It will occupy the space that used to house Recolte, the Taiwanese-French bakery that closed in Summer 2020. Miriam’s Park Slope location, which has been established there for almost twenty years, serves a seasonal menu and some ingredients from Israel. It is “most popular at brunch,” according to The Infatuation, and it “makes some truly excellent brunch dishes (get the burekas).” Signage on the new location indicates that the restaurant has applied for a liquor license. It also has a permit for an interior renovation that expires in January 2022. Additional updates are available on Miriam’s Instagram account.” Thanks also to Gerry for the tip.
Suram Sushi & Ramen has opened at 21 West End Avenue, between 61st and 60th. “Bring your card as the menu notes it is a “cashless” restaurant,” writes our tipster Joy. “Seems to have traditional sushi bar seating instead of tables.” Check out an image of the menu here. Sushi deluxe is $26.
Tracksmith, which sells running gear and clothing, just opened in the former home of Lululemon on 64th and Broadway. Thanks to Sarah for the tip.
Central Park Resale, a “brand new boutique store offering consignment, resale, thrift, an art gallery, and event space for trunk shows and pop ups”, opened last month at 22 West 66th Street. “Created and owned by Tanya Young Williams, a well-known African American businesswoman, advocate against domestic violence, TV personality, and inspirational speaker, Central Park Resale offers the following: consignment of high-end luxury items; resale of stylish, gently worn fashions; sale of affordable and trendy thrift clothing (under $15); and a gallery offering exposure to independent designers, trunk shows, artists, and original art pieces,” a release said. Learn more at https://centralparkresale.com.