Tuesday, May 26, 2015
2nd Avenue Spice closes on June 1
The East Village Spice empire continues to downsize.
Notices to patrons are now up at the Second Avenue and East Sixth Street location … this Spice closes as of Monday…
[Photo via Michael Hirsch]
This move/consolidation with the First Avenue location was expected… this storefront has been on the rental market…
Meanwhile, Spice opened in the former Pukk space several weeks ago on First Avenue between East Fourth Street and East Fifth Street.
The Fourth Avenue location closed in December.
Posted by Grieve at 4:40 AM
Labels: restaurant closings, Spice
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The curse of "Bamboo House".
No. Not the curse of The Bamboo House. The curse of mediocre food and service. What at one time seemed decent prices for decent food no longer seems so as new more personalized restaurants open in the neighborhood. Success often drives downfall, particularly in restaurants when chefs or managers become over extended. There was a Spice on Fourth Avenue and 10th Street that lingered on with a few customers. It was unappetizing food.
HOPE ITS NOT ANOTHER STARBUCKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It will probably become a place for bros to gather and drink and watch sports....
This is sad. I love that place and the location. So many memories :(
Bamboo House was the quintessential late night go-to place in the EV for a long time. You could get a hot meal at 3 AM. With cheerful waitresses / waiters. Now it's all trendy crap for the bros and bras. Just my 2 cents, as always.
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