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Roots & Vines on the Auction Block

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Roots & Vines has served its last sandwich. Photo by Cynthia Lamb

Grand Street cafe Roots & Vines has apparently closed for good. Auctioneer Michael Amodeo, purveyor of no-longer-wanted goods for many a defunct Manhattan restaurant, brings word that he will liquidate the contents of 409 Grand Street on Wednesday.

Founded by Natalie Krodel and Nguyen Huynh, Roots & Vines was a frequent gathering spot for residents of the neighboring co-ops along Grand Street, and its front patio area hosted many an animated conversation in fine weather.

Here’s just a partial list of items up for sale at Wednesday’s auction, which begins on site at noon:

Latest Model Turbo Chef Model C3 Rapid Cooking Oven, Mazarocco 2 Head Espresso Machine, Double Espresso Coffee Grinder, Under counter 150Lb Ice Machine, 2 Keg Beer Cooler, Vita-Mix Blenders, Bar Stools, Chairs, Tables, 3x Ductless 3Ton A/C Units, Pots, Pans, Utensils & Much More.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. R+V was founded prior to 08 … 03 or 04 perhaps ( full city coffee )
     … before the name change …. they had one of the best burgers in town and  many of their regular customers over the yrs already miss R+V

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