Friday, September 29, 2017

Paloma Rocket looks to land on 2nd Avenue



As we first reported back in July, Paloma Rocket, the self-serve craft beer bar at 7 Clinton St., was looking for a new home in the East Village.

Paloma Rocket closed at the end of August here in the storefront near East Houston... signage on the door points to a move this fall...



According to the CB3-SLA agenda released yesterday for October, it appears that Paloma Rocket has found a possible new home on Second Avenue.

The proposed location on the meeting notice is 77 Second Ave. between Fourth Street and Fifth Street. That lines up with the empty space that last housed Heart of India, which closed in late July.

The CB3-SLA meeting is scheduled for Oct. 16 at the Public Hotel, 17th Floor, Sophia Room, 215 Chrystie St. between Houston and Stanton. The action starts at 6:30 p.m. We'll take a look at some of the other proposed items in the days/weeks ahead.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Paloma Rocket looking to land in the East Village

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't like this concept, everyone's grubby hands all over the beer spigots. Seems off....

Anonymous said...

Rocket to hell

Anonymous said...

Very disappointed. Not an establishment I have any interest in patronizing.

Anonymous said...

Remember when CB3 or community meetings were being held at a school's gymnasium or or auditorium or community halls? Now they are being held at posh hotels on the upper floors in a room with posh name with nice views of the neighbors they are destroying hy shelling out liquor licenses left and right? Just an indication of who is running a community or what a community means nowadays.

Self-serve craft beer. One can buy them at one's neighborhood store and pour them in a glass or mug and voila, self-served. And these are catered to a neigborhood whose residents don't even go out to buy groceries or catch a film but instead have everything Ubered to them and Netfluc and chill.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the meeting should be about Public Hotel itself. Fucking disgusting what they did during fashion week, with masses of people spilling into the street and almost crushing each other and starting a stampede to get in... and then using the parking lot which is not their property to allow "VIPs" to access the party all night long. It was loud, dangerous and disgusting. People were almost run over by trucks a number of times and luckily nobody got trampled in front of the hotel.