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The Tribeca Target Will Have a Chobani Café

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TRIBECALower Manhattan's first Target just got a little bit sweeter: Tribeca Citizen reports that the 255 Greenwich Street store will have a Chobani Café located on the main level when it opens in October. It sounds pretty similar to the one in Soho with "a menu of culinary creations made from Chobani's signature Greek yogurt and hand-selected, artisanal ingredients," plus extras like soups, sandwiches, and coffee, according to the retailer.

UPPER EAST SIDE—Farewell to Lisa Perry's second attempt on Madison Avenue. The boutique is now closed and was Perry's last retail spot as the East Hampton location closed "some time ago," notes WWD. Thankfully, the designer's 60's-influenced mini-dresses will still be available online, since Perry's shuttering brick-and-mortar to put greater focus on e-commerce.

UPPER EAST SIDE—Jon Caramanica and the New York Times dropped by Giuseppe Zanotti's recently-opened Madison Avenue flagship to breathe in its Italian razzle-dazzle. He was just as impressed by the sales associates as he was the decor, which he compared to a gleaming research lab housing shoes priced similarly to "one night in a South Beach five-star hotel."

NOHO—Music lovers are pouring out their eulogies after news broke of Other Music's imminent closing at the end of June. "You guys kept New York, particularly Manhattan, connected to its musical artistic history for all these years — you will be missed," Market Hotel owner Todd Patrick commented on the record store's Facebook. Head to Bedford and Bowery to read more heartfelt notes to the vinyl hub.

BATTERY PARK CITYThe Museum of Jewish Heritage honored fashion mogul Diane Von Furstenberg last night at its 20th annual dinner. Bravo's Andy Cohen served as Master of Ceremonies and noted Diane "is on the one hand an unstoppable force of nature and on the other also an earth mother," LookOnline shares.