The Mill, Felice, JOKR, Brilliant Veterinary Care, Upper 90 Soccer, Key Food

Posted on Aug 21, 2021 at 7:43 am by West Sider

The mill, a Korean restaurant that had existed since 1986 at 2895 Broadway off 113th Street, has closed. A note on the door said “the pandemic, the labor shortages and everything in between was too much to overcome.” The mill was popular in the Columbia community. “Thank you for your support as this little restaurant has helped support our family for so many years,” the note said. Thanks to Daniel and Dave Cook for the advice.

Jazz room Dizzy Club reopened with live and virtual performances on August 19. For schedule and tickets, visit Dizzy’s Club – Jazz at Lincoln Center. See the Dizzy’s Club menu here.

Italian restaurant Felice opened in the old Oxbow Tavern at 71st and Columbus. Felice has several locations in the city. Check out the menu.

Another fast grocery delivery service called JOKR has registered LLCs for addresses on UWS, 121 West 72nd Street (the 50+ year old home of Long’s Bedding) and 2409 Broadway between 88th and 89th. The company did not respond to a request for comment. Thanks to Upper West Side for the advice.

Brilliant veterinary care, a full-service small animal hospital, is open at 91st and Amsterdam. Founded by Nicole Brilliant NcPsyA, Deborah Bayazit DVM and Karen Heidgerd, Brilliant Vets is “one of the few private veterinary practices left in New York,” they tell us. “We’re bringing your neighborhood vet back!” »It has 4 examination rooms, surgical and dental suites, digital radiology and ultrasound, cold laser therapy and full laboratory equipment. Their website is brillvets.com and they are currently accepting new patients.

Football equipment store Superior football 90 is opening a new location at 2345 Broadway at 86th Street after closing its old location at 697 Amsterdam Avenue at 94th Street several months ago. Thanks to Lev for the tip.

A new Key food arrives at the 95th and Amsterdam, and is about two months from opening, construction workers on site told UWS SOS. Thanks to UWS SOS for the photo.

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