Carnegie Kitchen and Dining Opening in Old Juniper Grille Spot

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Despite the fact that Verve lasted just one year at the former Juniper Grille spot on Carnegie, there was no shortage of interest in the available restaurant.

Well, consider the space officially "off the market."

As soon as January 24, Carnegie Kitchen and Dining (1332 Carnegie Ave.) will be open for business. Operated by chef-owner Jeff Uniatowski, former executive chef for the House of Blues, the restaurant will focus primarily on breakfast and lunch, a departure from the opening tactic of Verve owner Brian Okin.

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