Happy Tuesday. I’ve had a frothy coffee and am ready for the day. How’s your morning starting?

It’s great to see that local entrepreneurs are still coming up with new ideas during the pandemic. Etai Cinader, the Founder and Managing Partner of Kings of Kobe, is launching a “virtual restaurant” this morning — The Breakfast Brigade. They are promising “the breakfast you want to wake up with.” Check them out on the W42ST “Hells Kitchen is OPEN!” app — as well as 140 other local eateries ready to serve you.

It looks like the west side will soon be better connected. Governor Andrew Cuomo has outlined an ambitious plan to connect the High Line with the New Moynihan Train Hall — and Pier 76 after the NYPD vacate their tow pound. More details here (and watch out tomorrow for ideas around Pier 76 that we should all be taking an interest in.)

What we’ve been reading

More rental buildings are welcoming bigger dogs through their doors. (Brick Underground)

Stage door candles sound like a bright idea! (NY1)

Sex and the City is coming back. (Vulture)

Construction work is complete at Irish Arts Center. (New York Yimby)

Inside the Drew Barrymore talk show on W57th Street (New York Times)

Freeze Frame

Skaters having fun in Central Park — 160 years ago. (Ephemeral New York)