The former Childs Restaurant in Coney Island was featured in an article on Atlas Obscura that discusses the legacy of the landmarked building and its relevance for travelers today.
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The New York Landmarks Conservancy is hosting the 28th Annual Moses Awards, Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 at St. Bartholomew’s Church in New York City.
Over Memorial Day weekend, The Coney Island History Project opened “Neptune Revisited: Terra Cotta Relics from the Childs Building, Last of Coney Island’s Boardwalk Palaces,”
The Seaside Park and Community Arts Center is one step closer to completion.
Work continues on the construction of the Seaside Park and Community Arts Center as the original Coney Island Childs Restaurant is transformed into a new restaurant for the recently opened amphitheater and event space.
Over 30 years of experience replicating historic glazes and developing new ones has allowed Boston Valley Terra Cotta to amass extensive knowledge and resources to rely on when manufacturing glazed architectural terra cotta.
Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been busy remaking the colorful and intricate sculptural pieces that are the trademark of the former Childs Restaurant on Coney Island.