Orchard Street

End of the Line for ‘Global International’ Haberdasher on Orchard Street?

Last modified November 1, 2017 at 11:58 am

It’s a Lower East Side right of passage – that moment Sam Gluck harangues you to buy a shiny new suit. Luring you into the enormous haberdashery at 62 Orchard Street. Cherish the memories, though, as the shop’s days on the block might be numbered. The store – Global International – now sports token leasing […]

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‘RISE Coffee’ Unveils New Takeout Window at Dudley’s on Orchard Street

Posted October 20, 2017 at 5:08 am

Nearly two years after its streetside debut beside the A. Turen boutique, RISE Coffee is expanding. The company just colonized a new takeout window south of the Delancey Divide. RISE Coffee, particularly the nitro cold brew, is now available from the window of Dudley’s Deli at 85 Orchard Street. Twin boards now flank the spot, […]

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Celebrating 50 Years of ‘A.N. Headwear’ on Orchard Street

Posted October 19, 2017 at 5:14 am

A.N. Headwear is throwing its hat into the art exhibit ring. Longtime Greek Jewish community member, Aris Negrin, has peddled hats for fifty years on upper Orchard Street. At the same address, in fact – 145 Orchard. He initially amassed his collection from hat warehouses or hat stores, being particularly drawn to pieces that people brushed […]

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CW Pencil Enterprise Reopens on Orchard Street this Friday

Posted October 17, 2017 at 5:16 am

The so-called “purveyors of superior graphite” are readying their illustrious return to the Lower East Side. CW Pencil Enterprise just announced that the store will resume retail operations at the new Orchard Street digs this Friday. The change of scenery was owed to interior remodeling at its old Forsyth Street location. Renovations reportedly created a […]

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Scenes from Yesterday’s Lower East Side Pickle Day [PHOTOS]

Last modified October 16, 2017 at 10:41 am

Yesterday afternoon, mere hours after a woman was shot nearby, the Lower East Side Pickle Day took up residence along the northern third of Orchard Street. Attracting throngs of tourists to Hell Square, as is the case each year. Even the Pickle Guys’ Grand Street location was jam-packed throughout the afternoon, handling the party overflow… The […]

Slash Reps Jimmy Webb’s ‘I Need More’ Rock Boutique at MSG Show

Posted October 13, 2017 at 5:03 am

Retail newcomer I Need More scored a high-profile advertising partner upon its opening this week thanks to Guns N’ Roses. Indeed, the one and only Slash became a brand ambassador for the new Lower East Side rock boutique. An eagle-eyed reader at the Wednesday night MSG show noticed that the guitarist extraordinaire donned a t-shirt […]

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Dine and Dasher Caught on Camera at Nom Wah Tu on Orchard Street [VIDEO]

Posted October 11, 2017 at 5:02 am

Nom Wah Tu just debuted on Orchard Street and it’s already attracting some of the wrong customers. Ownership yesterday posted surveillance video of “dine and dashers” at the restaurant. “If you know these punks, let them know they can come back and pay for their meal anytime, the Instagram entry reads. They also warned fellow […]

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Rosario’s Pizza will Return this Week After DOH Closure, Owner Says

Posted October 10, 2017 at 5:17 am

Rosario’s Pizza is on the mend and will return in the coming days. Longtime owner Sal Bartolomeo informed us that the local slice standby – mandated closed by the Department of Health last month – should reopen on Stanton Street “this week.” The city agency had shuttered the fifty-four-year-old pizza parlor allegedly for “operating without […]

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Jimmy Webb’s ‘I Need More’ Launches Next Week on Orchard Street

Posted October 6, 2017 at 5:07 am

You need more, and Jimmy Webb has you covered. Webb, the primary buyer for and longtime manager of Trash and Vaudeville, is just under a week from opening his own rock-and-roll lifestyle boutique. As previously reported, I Need More signed a lease for the ground level of 75 Orchard, the former home of the Dressing […]

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‘Under One Roof’ with the Immigrant Families of the Tenement Museum

Last modified October 4, 2017 at 10:52 pm

With the topic of immigration dominating the national conversation, we were extremely interested in the press preview of a new exhibit at the Tenement Museum “Under One Roof” is a permanent exhibit immersing visitors in the real-life stories of modern era immigrant, refugee and migrant families from different parts of the world. Based on oral […]

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