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Moscow 57 Presents Kapowski’s In September, the restaurant and cabaret Moscow 57 will turn into this new boîte for Russian and Central Asian small plates. Tony Powe, who was the owner of the bar 2nd Floor on Clinton, which is closing, has teamed up with Ellen Kaye and her partners who own Moscow 57. The chef will be Nikita Ponomarev, who is from Yekaterinburg, Russia, and who has been cooking in New York for the last five years. Like Moscow 57, which will close at the end of the evening on Aug. 1, the new place will also offer cabaret. The name Kapowski’s is a mash-up of Kaye and Powe: 168½ Delancey Street (Clinton Street), 212-260-5775.

Read the full article by Florence Fabricant here at: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/29/dining/la-pecora-bianca-joins-the-italian-crowd.html

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