Rendering Released for Paulaner Brauhaus on the Bowery

Posted on: April 24th, 2012 at 6:28 am by

Monday morning brought blockbuster news that the German-based Paulaner Brewery was muscling its way to the Bowery midsection. This new beer hall, the first of its kind on American soil, is leasing its 4,000 square-foot space from Attias Oven Corp./Cannon Co. after both depart for Brooklyn later this summer. As we exclusively reported, Oktoberfest is the tentative opening date at 265-267 Bowery. Of course, that’s assuming the Paulaner Brauhaus can obtain the necessary permissions from Community Board 3 and the State Liquor Authority.

Photo Credit: Morali Architects

Last night, the first storefront rendering was revealed by local design house Morali Architects. Do you think a massive beer hall like this is a good thing for the Bowery?

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  • David

    like

  • ee

    anything to satisfy the yunnies’s narcissistic and infantile needs

  • Rolph

    This will not be massive.

  • Giving them a hell of a lot of publicity… maybe we should wait until the place is open before we decide that it’s worth talking about? I’m not familiar with the European version of this, but it sounds to me like a variant of Loreley or Spitzer’s Corner… and it may very well end up being a variant with higher prices, more crowding, and a terrible social scene.

  • Mitchell Grubler

    Another mundane design from that shlock firm Moreli architects. Hey Bauhaus people, if you want to win some possible freinds on the Bowery, get a firm that will respect and work with the historic facade of the former Sammy’s Bowery Follies building, instead of totaly ignoring it.