Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Ladybird about a month away from opening on 7th Street
The exterior is shaping up over at 111 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue, where Ravi DeRossi has relocated his vegan tapas bar Ladybird ... the signage arrived this week...
Despite the progress from the outside, DeRossi said in an email that they're still a month out from opening.
For a quick recap: This space was home to DeRossi's Bourgeois Pig, which relocated to the West Village after 10 years due to an increase in rent. He changed the name to Ladybird last summer as his restaurants started going meat free. (Ladybird sends part of its profits to DeRossi's BEAST Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending animal cruelty.) And now Ladybird has migrated to the east, as we first reported in April.
The previous No. 111 tenant, the wine bar Virgola, closed last October after 10 months in business.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Ravi DeRossi moving Ladybird to the East Village; taking residence at former Bourgeois Pig space
Posted by Grieve at 4:00 AM
Labels: Ladybird, Ravi DeRossi
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Perhaps you could mention that unlike the other restaurants on this block - which close by midnight - he insisted on a 2AM closing each night of the week. Nice (sic) for the neighbors who need to go to work in the morning.
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