Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Mexican food spot slated for former Native Bean space on Avenue A

Now that the Native Bean has reopened in its new home at 36 Avenue A... let's turn our attention to what's taking over its former space undergoing a renovation now at 50 Avenue A between East Third Street and East Fourth Street.

An applicant going by Villa Cemita Inc. is on this month's CB3/SLA committee meeting docket.

According to paperwork (PDF!) on file at the CB3 website, the new restaurant will serve "Puebla/Mexican food," including breakfast. The proposed hours are 7 a.m. to midnight every day except for Sunday, when they'd close at 8 p.m. In total, there are 10 tables with seating for 20 people. The applicant describes the place as "a small, community-oriented restaurant."

The applicants, who are seeking a beer-wine license, will not be appearing before the committee next Monday night at 6:30.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Space that houses Native Bean on Avenue A is for rent

Native Bean space apparently back on the market

Native Bean will be moving on Avenue A

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If this place comes in exactly as it presents itself and passes CB3/SLA, I for one would welcome it, we can use such a place (as described) - for instance opening at 7AM - we can use real mexican food (as opposed to latin style) and if they don't stand outside smoking and screaming on Thursday nights I welcome it.