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The ‘Booker and Dax’ Workspace on Eldridge Street is Kaput

Posted July 28, 2015 at 5:10 am

Time to put away the beakers and bunsen burners. The Booker and Dax Lower East Side workshop is no more. Three years after its inception, tombstone leasing signage above the entrance confirms the closure. Booker and Dax proprietor Dave Arnold opened the 700 square-foot lab space at 54 Eldridge Street in the summer of 2012. […]

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Bar Goto Debuts Next Tuesday in the Old Zoe Spot on Eldridge Street

Posted July 24, 2015 at 5:18 am

The high-profile successor to Zoe on Eldridge Street is almost ready for the big dance. From dining to drinks. The reimagined commercial space at 245 Eldridge is fully altered, having spent the last seven months behind shades of brown paper. Plus, how could you avoid that new wooden door. This is where bartender Kenta Goto decided […]

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Apizz on Eldridge Street Mysteriously Closed this Weekend

Posted July 15, 2015 at 5:15 am

Is this arrivederci for Apizz on Eldridge Street? A concerned Boogie reader writes to say that the long-running Tuscan Italian spot was uncharacteristically closed this past Sunday evening. No announcement or anything. The rustic, window-less restaurant specializes in dinner service Tuesdays through Sundays, and is known as one of the more difficult tables to get. […]

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Yokkoyama Hat Market Opens on Eldridge Street

Posted June 11, 2015 at 5:10 am

How’s this for retail diversity on the Lower East Side. A new indie millinery just debuted at the long-dormant 116 Eldridge Street. Yokkoyama Hat Market, as the establishment is called, joined the retail landscape earlier this week with its bilingual signage. Founded by local husband-wife team Shoko and Hirohisa Yokoyama (on the LES for ten […]

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Cafe Bambi is Happening on Eldridge Street; More Hell Square South?

Posted June 2, 2015 at 9:22 am

Is the square block bounded by Forsyth, Allen, Delancey, and Grand Streets rearing to become the next Hell Square? A sequel? Chinese commercial composition notwithstanding, it seems that nightlife is on the rise in this micro-neighborhood. In fact, there are at least a half-dozen bars and/or restaurants in this zone with full liquor privileges. The […]

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London Kaye Brings RHCP’s Flea to The Lower East Side

Last modified July 30, 2015 at 11:47 am

There’s another yarn bomber rocking the Lower East Side. Part Olek, part HOTTEA, fellow New Yorker London Kaye is adorning the outdoor surfaces of the city with her clever crocheting. One of her more recent pieces depicts a cartoonish Michael Peter Balzary, or, as most of the world knows him – Flea. That’s right, the Red Hot Chili […]

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Spaghetti Incident Will Open This Weekend on Eldridge Street

Posted May 20, 2015 at 5:12 am

Call Axl Rose; the Spaghetti Incident is just days from happening at 231 Eldridge Street. We are told that the newcomer – in the works since November – opens to the public this weekend after a short period of friends-and-family gatherings. Emanuele Attala, the chef-owner of Malatesta and its sister restaurant Malaparte, just joined forces […]

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There’s a New Japanese Ramen House Opening on Eldridge Street

Posted May 11, 2015 at 5:18 am

Chinese Eldridge Street will soon welcome some Japanese cuisine. Signage went up last week announcing the forthcoming arrival of Gen Ramen at 112 Eldridge. The newcomer describes itself as an Asian fusion outpost and will boast slender eat-in options. There will only be eight tables onsite, according to application materials submitted to Community Board 3. […]

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Take a Peek Inside Spaghetti Incident, Opening on Eldridge Street in May

Posted May 1, 2015 at 5:15 am

The principal behind a pair of popular West Village restaurants will soon open more of the same east of the Bowery. Emanuele Attala, the chef-owner of Malatesta and its sister restaurant Malaparte, just joined forces with Ettore Pardossi and Giovanni Gentile to open the Spaghetti Incident at 231 Eldridge Street. Build-out has been underway since November, when […]

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Gogo Gone Speciality Bike Shop Opens on Eldridge Street

Posted April 23, 2015 at 5:17 am

For independent bike shops across the city, it’s a cutthroat climate, thanks in large part to the proliferation of Citi Bike. But it’s not stopping upstart companies from entering the market. Like Gogo Gone on the Lower East Side. Gogo Gone opened last week on the second landing of 138 Eldridge Street. You wouldn’t know […]

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