Orphans of Les Enfants Terribles, the Afro-Brazilian restaurant that was on the Lower East Side for almost 10 years, can now make themselves at home at owner Stéfan Jonot’s new space, LES Enfants de Bohème, which opened today. Located at 177 Henry Street, the café, restaurant and bar is reminiscent of the bistros of Jonot’s hometown of Paris.
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Nearly half of the students enrolled at P.S. 188 on E. Houston Street are reportedly homeless. [NY Times]
Yesterday in McCarren Park, Merlin—a dog in a carrier belonging to a friend of actress Eliza Dushku— was stolen. [Free Williamsburg]
One month from today, a staging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream will premiere from Shakespeare in the Parking Lot on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]
The rapidly upscaling Lower Lower East Side — which recently got a new nightspot and French bistro — adds a cocktail destination to its ranks tonight. Bar Goto, a Japanese tapas spot, was envisioned by master mixologist Kenta Goto, who spent seven years at Houston Street drinks mecca Pegu Club.