Good Co., which is getting an overhaul and rebranding as a Southern concept restaurant. “I’m recreating a fictional town somewhere in the south sometime in the first half of the 20th century,” explains owner Josh Mazza, who runs UES establishments The Gilroy and Seamstress. “It’s a delta juke joint inside and a Savannah garden party outside.” RIP chill backyard games, welcome…dainty Southern finger food?
Good Co. wheezed its last breath Monday night, according to a rep from In Good Company Hospitality, who run Parker & Quinn and Refinery Rooftop and will be partnering with Mazza for the new restaurant.
It would be a bummer to not have that somewhat laid back outdoor space with games available anymore. I’m not quite sure what a ‘Savannah garden party’ is but based on the 5 seconds I spent Googling it, it doesn’t look very fun. Read more at Gothamist.