Wednesday, June 26, 2013
July CB3/SLA highlights: Holiday Lounge, Brick Lane Curry and more tacos
The July CB3/SLA docket is now out... We'll look at the whole thing later... but a few quick highlights... (The meeting is July 15.)
Applications within Saturated Areas
• 117 Ave A Food & Drink LLC, 117 Ave A (op)
The mystery applicant looking to take over the Odessa Cafe and Bar on Avenue A is back on the agenda.
Sidewalk Cafe Application (unenclosed)
• Mighty Quinn's Barbeque (CMH BBQ Holdings LLC), 103 2nd Ave
• Brazen Fox Kitchen and Bar (106 3rd Ave NYC Inc), 106 3rd Ave
The folks from the White Plains-based bar The Brazen Fox are opening a bar-restaurant in the former Friend House space at East 13th Street ... the space is still under construction and they are already seeking a license for a sidewalk cafe. Very Brazen!
• Boulton & Watt (Downtown Dining LLC), 5 Ave A
New Liquor License Applications
• Holiday Lounge (75 St Marks Place LLC), 75 St Marks Pl (op)
Barbara Sibley, the owner of La Palapa next door here on St. Mark's Place, will be opening a bar-restaurant in the former Holiday Cocktail Lounge space... we're looking forward to the end results of the work... She told Grub Street last year that "We're going to try to preserve as much of the history as possible."
• Otto's Taco LLC, 141 2nd Ave (b)
Ah! Last week, contractors told EVG regular William Klayer that a "taco place" was opening at the former Good Guys, the burger-fries-salad-wraps-waffles-smoothie eatery that replaced a Subway on Second Avenue. Good Guys closed a few weeks ago.
• Bricklane Curry House (BLCH I LLC), 99 2nd Ave (op)
Looks as if there's finally activity here ... most recently home to Sea Salt, the upscale fish eatery that closed in early 2008 after a seven-month stint... Brick Lane announced in April 2011 that they'd be taking over the space ...
Posted by Grieve at 4:06 PM
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Boulton & Watt for a sidewalk application? Fuck outta here. No room for that on that corner and they;ve got plenty of space inside and open air windows! Insane.
Tacos are the new froyo, apparently
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