Saturday, August 29, 2015

NYC wine bar eyes Liberty Place

It's called Vintage Irving, and there's a lease in play on the second floor of the shops.

NYC wine bar eyes Liberty Place

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Vintage Irving, a wine bar in Union Square in New York, is Philly-bound, and is close to signing a lease at the Shops at Liberty Place.

Reps of both the restaurant and the shops confirmed the talks to me.

The space is on the second level, in a spot that was the Dale & Thomas popcorn store.

Also in Liberty Place, Daniel Stern's R2L is opening next Thursday on the 37th floor. See our photo spread.

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