Avant Garden, considered the crown jewel of the Overthrow Hospitality plant-based portfolio, will be relocating from 130 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue in the months ahead.
"After eight years in business, Avant Garden is still one of our busiest restaurants at Overthrow Hospitality," Ravi DeRossi, the owner of Overthrow Hospitality, told us in an email. "The 28-seat space with its tiny electric kitchen just isn't able to meet the demand anymore so we will be moving into a new and bigger space."
No details just yet where the new Avant Garden will live ... or the exact timing.
"We do not expect there to be any lapse at all between the closure of the current location and the opening of the new location," he said.
The listing (PDF here) at Meridian Capital Group notes a June 1 possession date. The asking rent is $8,500 a month.
Michelin named Avant Garden one of NYC's five-best vegetarian restaurants, a list that includes Overthrow's Cadence and Soda Club.
During the first months of the pandemic in 2020, Avant Garden provided free plant-based meals to anyone in need.
Even restaurants can’t make a living with the high rent. Time for commercial and residential rent cap
During "covid," the wonderful owner of Avant Garden gave out FREE vegetarian meals every day. He definitely deserves our respect and support.
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