NY Post covers our story about Danny Meyer’s 9/11 Memorial restaurant downgraded

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Danny Meyer in NY PostJuly 10, 2014- The NY Post covered our exclusive story about the controversial Danny Meyer restaurant to open in the 9/11 Memorial being downgraded in size and scope. Of course, they did not mention BP.TV, even though I know for a fact the reporter reads our content.

They wrote today, “There will be no feasting at Ground Zero. The 9/11 Memorial Museum cafe opening this month has wisely dropped booze and gourmet food for bread and coffee, The Post has learned. The mezzanine-level cafe inside the tears-inducing museum was supposed to open this summer with a seasonal, savory menu including grilled cheese and salmon confit — plus liquor. Instead, museum officials said, the cafe operated by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group will serve only pastries, tea and coffee when it launches later this month. He said the eatery — no longer to be called the Pavilion Cafe, but simply The Cafe — will open with about half of the 80 seats originally planned, although the rest would eventually be added.”

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