Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Cocktail specialist Eben Klemm opening King Bee in the former Exchange Alley space
The other day, we wondered if 424 E. Ninth St., where Exchange Alley just closed, was a doomed location.
After all, Exchange Alley, which opened in August 2012, was the latest to give this space a try between Avenue A and First Avenue … where Olivia, Sintir and Zi' Pep all closed in fairly quick succession.
However, there's a already a new suitor lined up to try the space… a sign out front notes that a restaurant by the name of King Bee will appear before next month's CB3/SLA committee for a wine-liquor license... and the applicant is noted mixologist Eben Klemm, the former MIT molecular biologist who created the "aperitif-driven cocktail program" at Pearl & Ash on the Bowery, among may other bars and restaurants.
Posted by Grieve at 5:15 AM
Labels: 424 E. 9th St., doomed locations, Eben Klemm, Exchange Alley, King Bee
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