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So, after sitting vacant for a month, the store is already accounted for. Making ends meet at the corner of Rivington and Allen is certainly a struggle. Eponymous owner Chris Miller spent the last few months tweaking the […]. Construction commenced in a big way at 65 Rivington Street earlier this week after seasons of silence.
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With all these happy unions, and so many self-propelled right-brain types ricocheting around, it is unsurprising that some kind of joint venture would be birthed. And so it was that a few years ago, the Nelson sisters, and Mr.
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DiCiaccio and their pal Mr. Dufresne, got a bit tired of crossing Houston Street in search of good food. Dufresne had a son, you see, who was making a name for himself as a chef. Clinton Fresh Food opened at 71 Clinton Street three and a half years ago, and New York restaurant history was remade in a kitchen the size of your closet and with just 30 seats. With the younger Dufresne in the kitchen, and the elder on the floor, along with Janet Nelson and Mr. DiCiaccio, here was the consummate family business.
It drew the neighborhood, to be sure, but soon the Town Cars were choking Clinton Street, their passengers angling for a taste of Wylie Dufresne's intense menu. Dufresne's virtues,'' William Grimes wrote in this newspaper three years ago. Since then, and according to plan, the Dufresnes have moved on to open WD, across the street; the Nelsons have opened Alias and aKa Cafe, just a few doors down from No.
Reviewers fall all over themselves with each new opening. The Rivington Street tenants just say shyly that it's nice to have a place to eat.
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The building's first birth was that of an actual child. They've been remarkably generous with her, said Marybeth, with the happy result that nearly every tenant, principal or otherwise, has been a regular babysitter. Theodora said recently that ''Uncle Peter's apartment is my favorite, because it has the most interesting things in it. Szypula's time with her has often been to hilarious effect, as when he marched with her, when Theodora was a baby, on Gay Pride Day, and the crowd erupted in applause.
Half a block away, Janet Nelson trudged along with the diaper bag. You could say that marching is a buildingwide habit. He said the Nelsons had him marching in Washington almost from that moment -- for reproductive rights, free speech and other causes. There have been five dogs in the building, but it has been canine-free for the last couple of years.
A puppy for Theodora arrived two weeks ago. She pondered a dachshund, but settled on a Boston Terrier.
A dachshund, she explained patiently, would never have been able to make it up the four flights of stairs to Peter's apartment. Cultural critics have snatched up the gastronomic progression down Clinton Street and waved it about as proof that the Lower East Side is at last riding the slippery slope toward gentrification. It is true that the famous waves of immigration -- Eastern and Middle European, Russian, Ukrainian, Puerto Rican and, finally, Dominican -- have largely slowed here, and that the benighted days of the late 80's and early 90's, when junkies hugged every corner, are long gone.