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The Final Phase Of The High Line

Phase 2 of the High Line is set to open on June 8, but here’s a great piece with lots of photos of what may eventually be the 3rd and final phase of The High Line, running from 30th to 34th Street. Go to Untapped New York for more…

“Section 2 of the High Line may be opening soon, but we went to check out controversial Section 3, along Hudson Yards. This section isn’t owned by the city yet–which means it could still be demolished–but in July 2010 it passed the ULURP review process. This means the city can now proceed with the option of purchasing and hopefully developing this final section of the High Line.”

via Section 3: The End of the (High) Line.

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American Flatbread May Be Coming To Canal Street

Word comes from Tribeca Citizen that Vermont based pizza company American Flatbread may be opening at 480 Canal at Hudson Street…

“If you’ve never been to American Flatbread—there are outposts in Vermont, Virginia, and Oregon—it’s excellent pizza, with an emphasis on organic and sustainable ingredients and environmentally aware packaging (it also has a frozen flatbread line). Let’s hope it works out!”

via Tribeca Citizen | I’m Hungry Just Thinking About It.

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The Early Word on Arthur Avenue Transplant Zero Otto Nove

News from Eater on the new Flatrion location of  Roberto Paciullo’s  Zero Otto Nove restaurant from Arthur Avenue in the Bronx…

“Pizza lovers can now enjoy quality pizza every few feet in that hood with Grimaldi’s, Eataly, Patsy’s etc. Let’s see how the harsh online critics of Manhattan are treating this Bronx transplant.”

via The Early Word on Arthur Avenue Transplant Zero Otto Nove – Good News/Bad News – Eater NY.

First Look at 900 Degrees Pizza from San Francisco, Now Open In The West Village

900 Degrees is first East Coast expansion of Tony’s Pizza Napoletana from San Francisco. How will it fare in such a heavy pizza-populated area like the West Village which already features Keste, John’s of Bleeker, Pizza Roma, and others? Here’s more from Grub Street…

“In addition to the Neapolitan, Roman, New York, and “Americana”-style pizzas we told you about earlier, there’s a selection of antipasti, salads, pasta, and of course the option of meatballs on the side.”

via First Look at 900 Degrees, Now Serving Neapolitan, Roman, and NYC Pizzas — Grub Street New York.

Scali Caffé Opens on Bleecker Street

​Even more Italian food is now available on Bleecker Street between 6th and 7th Avenues. Fork in the Road has the info on Scali Caffe…

“A few months back we alerted you to Scali Caffé, the “tavola calda,” or spot offering a variety of prepared foods and snacks, an offshoot of Upper East Side Italian restaurant Scalinatella (201 East 61st Street, 212-207-8280). Well, they’ve opened for business at 245 Bleecker Street (212-255-5353), selling an array of panini, fried foods, veggie sides, salumi, pasta, and salad.”

via Scali Caffé in Business, Offering Bleecker Street Even More Italian Foods – New York Restaurants and Dining – Fork in the Road.

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Pizza Options in the Flatiron Area

As Mad ParkNews reports, there is no shortage of pizza in the Madison Square Park/Flatiron area….

“With the opening of Zero Otto Nove (15 West 21st Street), the pizza boom continues in the Madison Square Park area with more of the city’s best pizza places converging on the neighborhood.”

via Zero Otto Nove pizzeria opens in the Flatiron | MadParkNews.com for Madison Square Park and the Flatiron.

First Look: Zero Otto Nove in the Flatiron District | Slice Pizza Blog