The Day | Whole Earth’s Landlord Picketed

East 7th StreetBahram Foroughi

Good morning, East Village.

Activists traveled to Tarrytown to picket the offices of Whole Earth Bakery’s landlord. [East Villager]

The Juice Press has opened a 1,500-square-foot flagship in the meatpacking district, “the first step in the company’s plans to cover New York with cold-pressed, vegan, organic juice, from the Upper West Side to Williamsburg.” [Grub Street]

Short-rib and bone marrow toast, chicken potpie and duck confit carbonara are some of the items that will be served at Boulton & Watt, in the former Nice Guy Eddie’s space. [NY Times]

At The General, EMM Group’s new restaurant on the Bowery, you’ll find “dim lighting, gold-and-red-brocaded wallpaper, candlelit lamps—all in all, a pretty Asian-y scene.” [UrbanDaddy] On the menu: “sushi rolls (spicy tuna, salsa verde; spicy king crab, mango sauce, wasabi honey) and small plates (roasted duck salad, Philly pepper steak sticky buns).” [Daily Candy] You can see some of the dishes and the complete menu at Grub Street.

At L’Apicio, “crowd-pleasing food isn’t chasing trends or setting them, but with its bold, layered flavors, it has enough personality to match that quirky wine list.” [Timeout]

“The Department of Transportation is shelling out nearly $2 million to turn 12,000 old parking-meter poles into bike racks.” [NY Post]