Monday, October 21, 2019
The Wild Son shapes up on 1st Avenue and St. Mark's Place
You may have noticed the fresh coat of paint and storefront renovations happening over at the southeast corner of First Avenue and St. Mark's Place ...
As we reported back on March 18, Robert Ceraso and Jason Mendenhall are opening an outpost of their Chelsea cafe the Wild Son here at 132 First Ave.
The EV Wild Son will be open all day for breakfast and lunch, with dinner-drinks in the evening.
No word on an opening date.
Ceraso and Mendenhall's other local establishments include the Wayland (Avenue C), Good Night Sonny (across St. Mark's Place) and the Lost Lady (Avenue C). They also have designs on the former Mr. White's space on St. Mark's Place.
At No. 132, the Rolling Stones-themed Waiting on a Friend briefly took a turn here last fall after taking over the space from Colibri and VBar, whose original 10-year lease had expired.
Previously on Ev Grieve:
Team behind the Wayland and the Wild Son eye St. Mark's Place for 2 restaurants
Posted by Grieve at 4:12 AM
Labels: 132 1st Ave., Robert Ceraso, The Wild Son
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Oh brunch and drinks. Yippee.
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