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Valentino Bows in SoHo, Launches Café Pop-Up

The cafe will be open through Feb. 14

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Valentino (Milan) has reopened a store in New York’s SoHo, at 98 Prince Street, after closing its 135 Spring Street location this past July, The Cut reports. Featuring a range of tactile materials like a black oak wood floor, upholstered wallcoverings and illuminated glass block tables, the new store is roughly 2476 square feet.

To celebrate the store’s opening, and just in time for NYFW, Valentino is taking over Sartiano’s street-level café across the street at 99 Prince – dubbed Valentino Café at Sartiano’s – through Feb. 14. Customers can make reservations through Resy to taste items from a curated menu created by Executive Chef Chris Lewnes and James Beard award winner Chef Alfred Portale, situated in a pink-hued setting with custom-tinted windows and awnings. To top off the experience, guests can try specialty cocktails created by Bond Hospitality’s Beverage Director Adam Baca.

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