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COMING TO THE OLD JUSTIN THYME CAFE: BLACK ROCK KITCHEN: LOHUD, There's new life food-wise in Croton starting with the reinvention/new ownership of the former Justin Thyme space. The eatery, which had been in business 15-plus years and closed in January, has been taken over by Eric Kupferberg, the former chef at Tangine, another Grand Street restaurant that also closed earlier this year. (More details about that to come.) MORE HERE
ALSO A SPOTLIGHT ON FRATELLI'S TRATTORIA, FORMERLY HOPSCOTCH, in the same article, as well as Memphis Mae's and The Tavern at Croton Landing.
And of course, UMAMI.
AND MEMPHIS MAE'S IS ON THE MARKET, ALSO IN THE SAME ARTICLE:
Gilbert said the state's plan to increase minimum wage up to $15 per hour is hurting many restaurant businesses, making it hard for local mom-and-pop eateries to exist. "Ever since the state's plan went into effect, the number of restaurants for sale in Westchester County alone has more than doubled," he said. "After all, at the end of the day, he said, how much can you charge for a burger?"
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--PHOTOS FROM THE JUSTIN THYME ROTARY FAREWELL HERE
NOVEMBER 2021 UPDATE