Confessional, featuring a Latin-Influenced tapas menu, has closed at 308 E. Sixth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue.
An announcement on the Confessional Facebook page notes that they will be moving to an undisclosed "fabulous new location"...
Posted by Confessional on Thursday, March 17, 2016
The bar-restaurant opened in June 2014. The cocktail menu includes drinks with biblical references, such as the Last Supper (vodka, elderflower liqueur, homemade strawberry puree). And a centerpiece of the space, per Zagat: "A 60-foot art wall lets visitors jot down their thoughts and — yes — secret confessions."
Thank you to Vinny & O for the photo and tip!
No news about Yaffa?
what the fuck is an elderflower?
It seems these barsteraunts open and close on a whim.And a lot of them don't even have their names displayed, kinda like Mafia social clubs in the 70's and 80's
I think there is a lot of money laundering going on with these joints.
I must confess I never heard of the place.
since you asked: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/13/st-germain-liqueur_n_1590006.html
never heard of it either... : /
Forgive me for I have sinned, I confess to Almighty CB3, to their Church of Alcohol -- the bars and "restaurants", and to you Grievers, that I have sinned by my own fault in thought, word, and deed, in things done and left undone esp. that of which I never heard and have gone to this place. For these and all other sins which I cannot now remember due to the many visits to the other establishments for which the Almighty CB3 has granted liquor licenses to, I am truly sorry. I pray CB3 to have mercy on me. I firmly intend amendment of the EV nightlife, and I humbly beg forgiveness from the bros, transients, and college students and ask them for counsel, direction, and absolution. I will now go in peace, a sinner, and drink my prayers -- ten Old Fashioned; ten Bloody Marys; and three Glowtinis.
That bar had the cheesiest theme and sign i have ever seen. "have you confessed?" ugh
Glad to see them gone. Dark and ugly store. It was a restaurant before, if I recall.
Excellent, this means the residents will have to endure yet another construction buildout for weeks on end, most likely illegal construction because the City has made it clear to the Construction Industry: "Don't answer the door and we'll go away."
This is why they cover up the windows when rebuilding a space. If they can't be seen, and they don't answer the doors, the inspectors go away and close out the file. I've seen it a dozen times now.
A "Glowtini"? Is that for fucking real?
I wouldn't wipe my ass with a Glowtini. I know that doesn't even make sense, but fuck it I'm annoyed.
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