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LIC Restaurateur Travels to Seattle in Desperate Bid to Save Amazon Deal

This LIC grill owners trafficked to Seattle to try and save a Amazon deal

Josh Bowen, who owns grill grill John Brown Smokehouse in Long Island City, traveled to Seattle to accommodate with tip Amazon execs in an try to rescue a tech company’s failed NYC deal. After furloughed a Amazon campus, Bowen pronounced he wanted to cry “knowing this could have all been in Long Island City.” He believes a association would make Queens “a powerhouse for a ages.” When he asked if a association would reconsider, a response he got was, “never contend never.”

Apparently this male stole a kitten from a Bronx bodega

A male reportedly walked into Ismael Gourmet Deli in a Bronx, on West 238th Street, and ran off with a bodega’s cat. Its owners are pity a alleged thief’s photo all over Facebook in an try to get their pet back, a little 2-month-old kitten named Luna.

Openings and entrance attractions

Coffee and fritter emporium About Coffee is streamer to a Upper West Side during 445 Columbus Ave., between 81st and 82nd streets, on Mar 18. The cafeteria also has locations in Soho and Brooklyn. And Leyla, a Turkish restaurant, skeleton to open during 108 West 74th St., nearby Columbus Avenue, on Mar 6. But Island Burgers Shakes during 422 Amsterdam Ave. has shuttered, West Side Rag reports. Over in Tribeca, Mediterranean grill Savida has opened during 139 Duane St., between Church Street and Broadway, with a seafood focused menu.

Two closings and giveaway candy today

Lower East Side candy emporium Raul Candy Store is giving away a rest of a register for giveaway as a longstanding emporium prepares for closure. After 38 years offered candy during 205 Avenue B, between 12th and 13th streets, a old-school candy store will tighten a doors tonight. Over in Williamsburg, longtime area hangout the Abbey is also closing today. Located during 536 Driggs Ave., nearby Eighth Street, a bar has been around given 1997, before Williamsburg blew up.

There’s an 11-year-old reviewing restaurants in Brooklyn

Brooklyn has a new food critic: An 11-year-old child named Luca Marconi, or Luca Two Times, as he’s famous in a biz. He’s been interlude by restaurants like Carmine Sons Pizzeria Restaurant Sports Bar and recording video reviews for Instagram, where he’s amassed 17,500 followers. His rating complement goes from 100 to 1,000 “thumps up,” and in a recent revisit to Sweet Chick, he rated a duck and waffles an 850. Marconi wants to be a counsel and food censor when he grows up, he says in a video.

Celeb sighting during Tao

Real Housewife Teresa Giudice was speckled during prohibited mark Tao Downtown, possibly on a date with a rumored boyfriend.

Article source: https://ny.eater.com/2019/2/28/18243470/long-island-city-amazon-restaurants-nyc