Thursday, April 2, 2015

Paprika hasn't been open lately on St. Mark's Place

Meanwhile, nearly directly across from the former Hummus Place on St. Mark's Place, Paprika has remained shuttered in recent weeks (at least three).

Calls to the restaurant are forwarded to a full voice mailbox. There isn't any mention of a closure on the restaurant's website or social media properties. In fact, Paprika, which specializes in Northern Italian cuisine, had been actively posting various menu items on Instagram as late as March 7.

Anyone know what's happening with the space?

Updated: There is a listing for the space on Loop Net, per a reader... the listing was last updated a year ago. It's currently listed as "off market." The asking monthly rent is/was $8,524.


Anonymous said...

It's for sale on loopnet. Dispute between landlord and tenant .

EV Grieve said...

Thanks anon... added to the post

Anonymous said...

Too bad...we were regulars here since it opened. Excellent Italian, with some regional dishes you don't typically find in NYC, at fair prices (though they have risen quite a bit in the last couple years).

- East Villager

Anonymous said...

Their buckwheat pasta with cabbage was really delicious (even if it doesn't sound like it). I will be sorry if they go. Anyone know another place with that dish?

Anonymous said...

I was here with 3 friends one weeknight this winter, and the place was pretty much empty. Wondered how it could stay afloat.