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With Jin Out, the Lucky Bee Begins Renovations

Posted August 25, 2015 at 9:25 am

It’s done. Jin Sushi ended its fortuitous ten-year residency on Broome Street last week. When news first broke this past spring, we understood that ownership “opted” not to renew and that “the time had come” to conclude operations. Not so, apparently. The sushi stalwart, on the block for a decade, was reportedly felled by an exorbitant […]

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Jin Sushi Closes Forever After Service on Saturday; Lucky Bee on Deck

Posted August 13, 2015 at 5:18 am

One of the more popular Lower East Side restaurants, Jin Sushi, officially closes for good on Saturday. Three more days. A sandwich board outside the establishment displays the countdown. Its departure was expected, yet no less upsetting to longtime fans and, of course, the owners and employees. When news first broke this past spring, we […]

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AAA Ichiban Finds a New Home on Broome Street as ‘Jin Sushi’

Posted August 10, 2015 at 5:10 am

At first sight, it would appear that Jin Sushi was moving across the mall to 283 Broome Street. A new canopy onsite pimps that moniker as the business name. However, while the Japanese restaurant is in fact closing, this is seemingly a case of calculated deception. We called the real Jin for confirmation; their tenure actually concludes […]

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Report: Woman Raped in Bathroom of Happy Ending on Broome Street

Posted August 4, 2015 at 5:12 am

In case you needed affirmation that the Happy Ending reboot on Broome Street is the furthest thing from an “art bar,” check its recent history. Co-owner Teddy Perweiler was arrested in early July for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Julia Fox, in the bar. He was subsequently arrested and banned from entering. Then last Tuesday night, twenty-five-year-old patron […]

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‘The Lucky Bee’ Buzzes Broome Street with Southeast Asian Fare

Last modified July 1, 2015 at 9:16 am

The low-key block of Broome Street between Orchard and Ludlow is seeing a whole lot of activity these days. Commercial stock is currently in transition, all while works on Essex Crossing Site 1 ramps up. We saw Munch Gallery depart the scene earlier this year and Kottu House take up residence. Local favorite Jin Sushi is […]

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Meatballer Michael Chernow Opening Seamore’s Tonight on Broome Street

Posted June 29, 2015 at 5:13 am

Meatball Shop co-founder Michael Chernow is stepping out of the box to helm Seamore’s, a new seafood restaurant in Little Italy. Well, the waiting is over. Plywood was shed, signage hoisted, and windows scrubbed. The establishment opens tonight at 390 Broome Street, exhibiting one of the quickest turnarounds from concept to completion that we’ve seen. […]

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Essex Crossing Etc: Full Steam Ahead at 3 of the Lots

Posted June 16, 2015 at 5:13 am

And so it begins. The ground has officially been broken at three of the six Essex Crossing parcels. Thus commences ten years (at the very least) of constant construction along Delancey Street. Site 1, Ludlow/Broome This lot has seen the most activity so far. Backhoes are already busy with the earth moving. We caught it […]

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Check Out this Dumpster Fire that Ignited on Broome Street [VIDEO]

Last modified June 15, 2015 at 9:42 am

That plume of smoke you may have seen off Delancey Street Saturday evening was actually a dumpster fire outside the Seward Park Extension at 154 Broome Street. The fire burned for some thirty minutes before it was put out. A Facebook user caught some of the blaze on his mobile phone and posted online. “I […]

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Recap: The Inaugural Greek Jewish Festival on Broome Street [PHOTOS]

Posted June 1, 2015 at 5:19 am

From the 75th anniversary block party for the Essex Street Market to the Ideas City Festival on the Bowery, it was a weekend of festivals. Kehila Kedosha Janina yesterday organized an event that appeared more diverse than its nearby competition. The first annual Greek Jewish Festival, held on a melting pot of a block. In fact, the […]

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The Decades-Old Broome Street Firehouse is Now a Pile of Rubble

Posted May 26, 2015 at 9:22 am

It’s a theme repeated ad nauseum on this site. An historic structure on the Lower East Side reduced to rubble. Such is the case (again) with 185 Broome Street, the old firehouse building that dated (note, past tense) back to the 1930s. The tidal wave of Essex Crossing is crashing … and crushing. It only […]

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