Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Brick Lane Curry House closes ahead of move down the block

Brick Lane Curry House closed after service last Thursday here at 99 Second Ave. between Fifth Street and Sixth Street... and workers quickly cleaned out the space...

The restaurant confirmed on Facebook that they are moving one block to the south — 79 Second Ave., the former Heart of India space. No word on a reopening date just yet.

This marks Brick Lane's third East Village location. They moved from Sixth Street to 99 Second Ave. in August 2014.

As for No. 99, the owners of Calexico, the Cal-Mex burrito-beer chainlet, were on last month's CB3-SLA agenda for a liquor license for this address.

Calexico currently has a handful of NYC locations (Upper East Side, Greenpoint, Park Slope, Red Hook, among them) as well as in Detroit — and Bahrain.

Previously on EV Grieve:
On 2nd Avenue, Calexico in the works with Brick Lane Curry House on the move


Spike said...

Went in a week ago as part of a large group, and while it was clear they were close to moving (no draft beer, ran out of papadums), the food was still excellent. I hope they can survive the move.

Anonymous said...

Both Brick Lane and Zersa were doing well in their spots, decided to move and crashed. Oh well.