Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Renovating the former Nevada Smiths on 3rd Avenue
Just noting the recent arrival of the scaffolding and sidewalk bridge at 100 Third Ave., the former Nevada Smiths space between East 12th Street and East 13th Street...
We don't know what kind of renovations are in store for the former three-level soccer bar for a new business called Vinyl. (The plans on file with the DOB only call for the sidewalk bridge and scaffolding.)
Bruce Caulfield, a former Nevada Smiths partner and veteran NYC bar and business owner, along with James Morrissey (The Late Late on East Houston) and Gerard McNamee (GM of Webster Hall) were OK'd by CB3 earlier this year to open a coffee house, vintage vinyl record store paying homage to Thin Lizzy and bar/restaurant all under one roof. (We wrote about it here.)
Nevada Smiths closed last September after nearly three-and-a-half years at this location. They were previously down the block at 74-76 Third Ave., which was razed to make way for The Nathaniel.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Nevada Smiths is closed, and here's what's next
Those persistent rumors about 74-76 Third Avenue and the future of Nevada Smiths
The East Village will lose a parking lot and gain an apartment building
Here then, where Nevada Smiths once stood
The Marshal seizes Nevada Smiths on 3rd Avenue
[Updated] New life for the Nevada Smiths space on 3rd Avenue
New concept for Nevada Smiths includes record store paying homage to Thin Lizzy, plus a bar
Posted by Grieve at 4:15 AM
Labels: 100 Third Avenue, Nevada Smiths
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Renovations? This building is brand new lol.
So glad I don't live near 3rd avenue, it's become a campus strip mall.
Thin Lizzy tribute bar/restaurant/record shop called "Vinyl", ugh I don't understand the appeal guess I am too old. Or maybe I am too young.
@8:36am: So sorry I DO live near 3rd Avenue, b/c it's become a campus strip mall. NYU, thank for for exactly NOTHING, or more to the point, for being the catalyst for wrecking our neighborhood.
PS: As to Nevada Smith's, I would love to know what shenanigans took them out of business!
you have my deepest sympathy.
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