Showing posts with label KavasutrA. Show all posts
Showing posts with label KavasutrA. Show all posts

Monday, December 16, 2019

Kavasutra opens 2nd East Village location

[Photo via EVG reader JG]

Kavasutra opened a new kava bar Saturday evening at 45 E. First St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue...

This marks the South Florida-based chain's second East Village location. The one at 261 E. 10th St. between Avenue A and First Avenue arrived in July 2015. Kavasutra, which also has outposts in Colorado and Arizona, has been accused of sexism and transphobia in the past.

As for kava, you can read this Eater primer about the beverage.

No. 45 previously housed the vegan cafe pop up Skinny Buddha.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Openings: T-swirl Crêpes on East 14th Street, KavasutrA on East 10th Street

A few recent openings...


The T-swirl Crêpe shop has opened at 247 E. 14th St. between Second Avenue and Third Avenue, reports EVG T-swirl Crêpe correspondent Pinch. Per their description: "T-swirl crêpe makes Japanese style sweet and salad crêpes by hand using our secret recipes and tasty fillings."


The South Florida-based KavasutrA opened its kava bar Tuesday at 261 E. 10th St. between Avenue A and First Avenue.

The bar is open 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. seven days a week, per the KavasutrA website.


Sexyflow is now open at 205 Avenue A. The hair salon is in the retail space of Icon Realty's recently expanded residential building here between East 12th Street and East 13th Street.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Kava bar coming to East 10th Street

The South Florida-based KavasutrA is opening a kava bar at 261 E. 10th St. between Avenue A and First Avenue.

Here's more about their operation via the KavasutrA website:

Our South Florida Kava Bars are relaxing, tranquil environments where you can come, kick back, drink a kava shell and relax within a non-judgmental, welcoming environment.

What Is Kava Kava?
Kava is a magical root from the south pacific. It has been used as a tradition for over 3,000 years. The relaxing effects that this root offers are truly remarkable. When mixed with water, properly strained and sold at Kavasutra, the effect it will have on you is one that must be experienced to be truly understood.

What is a Kava Bar?
Kava Bars have been a part of many island cultures for years such as Venuatu, Tonga, Fiji, Samoa, Futuna, Rotuma, Uvea and Hawaii. In most places, Kava is used for both ceremony and as a recreational drink.

KavasutrA honors the island traditions with the high quality, premium kava and a relaxing tranquil environment. The relaxing effects you experience from drinking Kava are a perfect compliment to social interaction without the potential dangers of drinking alcohol. KavasutrA Kava Bars are a perfect place to unwind and socialize with friends.

No word on an opening date just yet.

H/T EVG reader Daniel.