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The Sandy Chronicles follows hurricane-devastated NYC restaurants
Eater NY's new series tracks the progress of 3 restaurants devastated by Hurricane Sandy as their owners make decisions about restoring and reopening their businesses.
Thu, Jan 03, 2013 at 02:12 PM
Photo: Snapshot from video
It may be 2013, but for those whose lives and businesses were devastated by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, it’s anything but last year’s news. Many businesses still have not reopened, and Eater NY is following three of them, all restaurants, in a new video series called The Sandy Chronicles
The series follows three New York City restaurants, Home/Made
in Red Hook, Barbarini Alimentari
in the Seaport, and Almondine
in Dumbo, as they clean up, evaluate, and make decisions about reopening.
Here is the first episode, titled “The Road to Recovery.”
In the video, Home/Made mentioned they wanted to do a New Year’s Eve dinner. According to their Facebook
page, they were able to open for brunch on New Year’s Day and hope to be fully operational by the end of January.
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