Monday, December 11, 2017

Honeyhaus is the latest departure on 11th Street



Honeyhaus, a coffee shop on 11th Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue, has apparently closed. The space has been cleared out and the phone disconnected.

I don't know when this happen. EVG reader AgNO3 left a comment about the closure this past weekend.

The owner, Andre Muñez, previously ran a clothing boutique in this space called Catalog.

It's been a tough year for this block. This closure follows the departures of the coffee shop-boutique Fair Folks & a Goat as well as Anna, Odin and Pas de Deux.

The cafe opened as Honey House in August 2014. The name morphed into Honeyhaus at some point.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Greedy landlords are to blame for these closures. The landlords wont make any money, the store fronts along the block have been closed most of the year.

Anonymous said...

That's too bad. It was a cute cafe. And yes to the other commenter. Too many greedy landlords who charge exorbitant rent. How do businesses sustain themselves without the constant flow of revenue from clientele? Even if I had a ton of money, I'd never open a restaurant or a cafe. Too much bullshit and heartache.

NYC is changing kidos.

Anonymous said...

Kushner buildings.

Anonymous said...

Good dj, house music, too

Anonymous said...

Kushner? source? he has another nearby....

Jack said...

I blame Putin