Friday, May 12, 2017

Movement at 18th and 8th

My corner is looking a little less bleak, with Mexicue -- which kept Viceroy's glamorous bar and seems to be a full-service location -- now open and a white-cottage-looking exterior on the former home of Brooklyn Industries. (A cute restaurant, maybe?)

UPDATE: After a little online sleuthing, it appears Michael Chernow’s summery, seafood restaurant Seamore’s is moving in here. 

DNAinfo reports:
The restaurant serves items including fish tacos ranging in price from $13 to $15, fish sandwiches with a salad or sweet potato fries for $17, and a $23 “Reel Deal” platter with the fish of the day, sauce and three sides, a menu shows. A brunch menu offers shrimp and grits, “fish cake bennies,” and a breakfast burrito with adobo squid, kale scramble and chorizo hash, among other items. All of the fish is "sustainably caught," and the eatery's vegetables are "sourced locally whenever possible," the menu notes.

The old Blue DVD that I mentioned has essentially reopened as the exact same place now has a banner sign out front.

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