Jon Neidich, CEO of Golden Age Hospitality, which is behind some of the city’s trendiest restaurants and bars, is looking to open a new French restaurant on 260 6th Avenue in Greenwich Village, according to a liquor license submitted to Manhattan’s Community Board 2.
Formerly occupied by Italian restaurants Da Silvano from 1975–2018 and Avena from 2019–2022, the 5,000-square-foot space with an additional 600-square-foot sidewalk cafe is still finalizing its design. It has hired an executive chef, Nicole Gadajahar, who was formerly with John Frazier’s now-defunct restaurants The Loyal and Nix. It will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., according to the liquor license application, which will be reviewed by the Board on May 11.
The hospitality group, born in 2012, is responsible for creating some of the trendiest restaurants and bars in the city including ACME, The Nines, The Happiest Hour, Le Dive and Deux Chats. It’s been called “hospitality for the next generation,” by the the Times.
Neidich did not respond to requests for comments. “We do not have any details to share at this time,” Jennifer Brady, a public relations representative, told What Now New York.