Berkli Parc's building at the corner of Allen and Delancey streets is for sale.
Two buildings lining a full block on the south side of Delancey Street between Allen and Eldridge streets are for sale as part of a larger real estate portfolio being marketed by Massey Knakel.
The $60 million listing includes the residential and mixed-use buildings at 55-59 Delancey St., and 61-63 Delancey St., along with similar buildings on Broome Street in Nolita and Christopher Street in the West Village. The Delancey properties include Berkli Parc cafe and Rocket Joe’s Pizza.
A late night standby. Rocket Joe’s features a sesame seed crust that some love and others love to hate. Beware of the drunken mobs on Friday and Saturday nights.
61 Delancy, near Eldridge
Open Sun-Wed, 11am-2:30am; Thu-Sat, 11am-4:30am
Japanese-born chef Yoshihito Kida has opened a tiny restaurant, just west of Allen Street, serving extremely fresh, authentic soba. There are only three tables and an 8-seat bar in this handsomely designed space. Behind the bar, you’ll be able to watch as your noodles are made on the spot. The menu offers detailed explanations of cold and hot varieties of soba, as well as the health benefits of each. There are also some nice appetizers and side dishes, including miso coleslaw and a daikon salad. Service is gracious and friendly.
61 Delancey Street, near Allen
Hours: lunch 11am-3pm; dinner 5pm-11pm
No online menu yet
Cash only, no alcohol , no takeout
A handsomely appointed space on the NW corner of Allen and Delancey serving soups, salads, sandwiches on Balthazar bread, and gourmet coffee from a menu owner Mark Hernandez calls “California cuisine.” Housemade baked goods light up the serving counter, and change daily. There’s also free wi-fi offered in a bright, comfortable space.
61 Delancey St., at Allen.
Open 8 a.m.-7 p.m. daily
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