Text and photos by Stacie Joy
Tuesday marked the final loadout at the now-shuttered Pyramid Club at 101 Avenue A.
After a year-long closure during the pandemic, the owners of the iconic East Village venue decided that they would not reopen the two-level space.
I was there to see manager Maria Narciso, her fiancé, general manager and house DJ TM.8 (aka Quirino Perez), and filmmaker Rob Barriales, who often shot at the club, remove the famed window mannequin, the party sandwich boards, velvet rope stanchions as well as monitors, speakers and supplies (plus the 1980s electronic game Simon!). here.
This past Friday, someone affiliated with the building removed The Pyramid Sign from the doorway.
To keep up with what's happening with Pyramid parties going forward, check this link.
Previously on EV Grieve