Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Tony's Pizza signage arrives on 2nd Avenue

The signage is up now for the new tenant at 128 Second Ave. — Tony's Pizza. 

We reported last month that a pizzeria is in the works for this space between Seventh Street and St. Mark's Place that previously housed Nolita Pizza ... which left last June after a year for a newer outpost down on Kenmare Street.

Not sure at the moment if this Tony is related to any other Tony's Pizza places, like the one out on Graham Avenue in East Williamsburg. 

Previously here: Kati Roll Company bowed out in April 2019 after just under three years in business. The longtime previous tenant at the address, The Stage, the 35-year-old lunch counter, closed in March 2016 following an ongoing legal/eviction battle with Icon Realty, who had taken over as the landlord.


Anonymous said...

This pizzeria won't last long. Ever since ICON Realty chased out Stage Diner, none of the restaurants have been successful. ICON Realty, you just should have left Stage Diner alone and keep them there! Small businesses at your other ICON Realty buildings have not fared well EITHER!

2ndAveSilverPanther said...

I hope "Tony" has more success than I've had attempting to keep the area next door, under the"Stomp" marquee, free of filthy mattresses, discarded food and people turning the area into a fetid, unhealthy sty that any self-respecting pig would avoid. Last November, a man was found dead at this location, and I can't imagine anyone entering a restaurant next to this repulsive germ farm.