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Oliver Zabar Readies “Devon” For October Opening on Broome Street

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252 Broome St.
252 Broome St.

It’s almost the end of the summer, which means food writers are beginning to look forward to fall restaurant arrivals. In the the New York Times, there’s a preview of Devon, a neighborhood spot at 252 Broome St. from Oliver Zabar.

This past April, Oliver and his dad, Eli, went before Community Board 3, asking for a liquor permit in the former Lucky Bee/Jin Sushi space. In part due to the Zabar’s family’s long history in the food business, the board signed off on the application.

Today’s story in the Times carries the headline: “Out from Under the Family Name.” Oliver, 27, says the Lower East Side restaurant is his baby. Devon, scheduled to open in October, is described as a casual restaurant and cocktail bar with vaguely French “elevated bar food.” Devon is named after Oliver’s mom. There will be an adjoining bakery, supplying the restaurant with breads.

You can find Devon’s Instagram feed here.

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