Longtime UES Italian restaurant 'Tiramisu' forced out after developer buys corner | Upper East Site
Longtime UES Italian restaurant 'Tiramisu' forced out after developer buys corner | Upper East Site

Longtime Upper East Side Italian Restaurant ‘Tiramisu’ Forced Out after Developer Buys Corner

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A longtime Upper East Side Italian restaurant is one of several small businesses being forced out of their homes at the corner of East 80th Street and Third Avenues. Tiramisu is moving after more than three decades as their building faces demolition,
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  1. Sad that so many of our neighborhood’s older buildings are being torn down – and long-time small businesses ousted – to be replaced by yet more bland, soulless, so-called “luxury” high-rises unaffordable to most of us.

    I am glad that Tiramisu will have a new location in the neighborhood – a prime spot, too.

    Still miss so many of the older Italian and Chinese restaurants that graced the UES years ago – Firenze, Il Divino, Szechuan Kitchen – and Glazer’s Bakery – and going back even further, the wonderful Wilkinson’s seafood restaurant on York Avenue!

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