This week's top dish from Eater NY, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
1) Tribeca: A 3,335-square-foot restaurant space, rendered above, is being built directly beside Pier 26. The main dining room seats 100 people, and the rooftop terrace is three times that size.
2) Upper East Side: Shake Shack rolled out its new fresh cut fries at the East 86th Street location. The new spuds replace the crinkle-cut frozen fries, and they'll soon debut at all locations.
3) Soho: The Lower East Side really doesn't want the Soho House to have a liquor license for their planned expansion on Ludlow Street. The team took supporters before a judge, but they still have to face the State Liquor Authority.
4) Cronutland: Cronut mania continues. The line now has a Foursquare page, and bakeries around the country are making knockoffs, forcing Dominique Ansel's legal team to crack down on the bootleg copies. But will the cronut craze be superseded by the Ramen Burger craze?
· Eater NY [ny.eater]