Ludlow Bar Changes to Ludlow Manor at 95 Delancey

Posted on: November 2nd, 2011 at 8:24 am by

Despite signage to the contrary spotted early last month at 95 Delancey, in which one Ludlow Bar was being promoted, the New York Post has it today that the bar name is actually Ludlow Manor.  But there’s some ties to pop-star royalty here.  Apparently Lady Gaga’s ex, Luc Carl, teamed up with Delancey owner Georgie Seville for the new venture.  And those palm trees we spotted earlier this week?  Likely for a rooftop with revolving DJs, retractable roof, and smoking area.  CB3 denied the liquor license for the “sky lounge” during the October meeting.

Luc Carl, ex of Lady Gaga, will open Ludlow Manor, a three-story Lower East Side bar later this month, with Georgie Seville. The hot spot will include a tapas restaurant, a rock club run by Carl and a revolving DJ roster at the rooftop bar, which will feature a retractable roof and smoking area. “I want sexy people that care how their hair looks,” said Carl, who used to manage LES bar St. Jerome’s. But he then made a more egalitarian offer, saying, “Everyone is invited!”

Get ready for a shitstorm of epic proportions down here. Especially if Carl ever gets back together with Gaga.

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