The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

El Rincon de los Taxistas serves up Latino fare to Dominican livery cab drivers passing through the High Bridge section in the Bronx. [City Room]

Liv Tyler is reportedly house-hunting in Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]

Habana Outpost, New York’s first and possibly only solar powered restaurant in Fort Greene will kick off its 2008 six-month season with a two-day Earth Expo from April 18-19. [I Dream in Green via City Room]

Tishman Speyer has installed flat-screen T.V.’s in the lobby of Peter Cooper Village. [Animal via Curbed]

Bruce Ratner may ask state and city officials to increase subsidies for his sputtering Atlantic Yards project, in a move that could be blocked by at least two lawmakers. [TRD]

The New York State Restaurant Association honored Ted Turner, the man who brought us CNN and the Bison burger, at its “Green Restaurant Revolution” today. Mr. Turner talked about bamboo straws, recyclable prophylactics, and the humvee he only drives when quail hunting. [Eater]

Broker Sandy Mattingly, known as Manhattan Loft Guy in the blogosphere, took an entry about a condo price-chop at 135 Watts Street off his site after a fellow realtor complained that it was deterring potential buyers. [Curbed]

The Afternoon Wrap: Friday