The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

Following in the footsteps of Amy Sacco, the “Dorrian’s of Broome Street,” Bar Martignetti, attempts to establish itself as the Monday night spot with the second “I can’t believe it’s not butter” bash tonight. Party on, prepsters! [Guest of a Guest]

A former model-cum-modest Wall Street trader is looking for a date on Craigslist. Are things so desperate in the financial industry that a good-looking broker can’t find a single girl in Manhattan? [Craigslist via Dealbreaker]

Disgruntled straphangers are planning a rally on Wednesday to demand better service on the G train. [Gowanus Lounge]

Assessors emerge as the guardian angels for homeowners battling spiking property taxes. [Newsday]

The Facebook of the real estate industry is up and running. [Curbed]

Canali opened a branch in FiDi (a.k.a Wall Street) today, joining the handful of other luxury retailers there who cannot comprehend the meaning of the word recession. [DNR via Racked]

The dismantling of the East Village Toy Tower began today. [City Room] 

The Afternoon Wrap: Monday