100 Stanton Street

September Wines Addresses Closure Talk, Says its Amidst ‘Lease Renewal’

Posted November 22, 2017 at 5:15 am

On Monday, we reported that September Wines & Spirits on Stanton Street is potentially on shaky ground. Several real estate listings surfaced that pitched the twelve-year-old booze shop as available for rent, leading to speculation of an imminent closure. September Wines responded to the news, however, noting that the store is not closing. At least […]

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September Wines Might Not be on Stanton Street Much Longer [Updated]

Last modified November 20, 2017 at 11:16 pm

[Updated Below] The Lower East Side appears poised to lose one of its cherished businesses in the coming months. Hell Square is eating its own. September Wines & Spirits – the local mom-and-pop situated at Ludlow and Stanton Streets – might soon depart the neighborhood after more than a dozen years on the block. There […]

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From Cheese to Cheeba: Former Little Muenster on Stanton Street Becomes a Head Shop

Posted November 28, 2014 at 6:20 am

One Stanton Street storefront is making the leap from cheese to cheeba. You’ll recall that local startup Little Muenster melted, having disappeared from the Lower East Side landscape last summer. The cubbyhole space at 100 Stanton Street sat behind a curtain of butcher paper for the intervening months. Until last week. Its replacement isn’t too […]

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Pixie Market Owners Launch ‘Frankie Shop’ at 100 Stanton Street

Posted November 17, 2014 at 6:10 am

When Pixie Market closed its eight-year-old shop last month, we reported that co-owners Gaelle Drevet and Magda Pietrobelli weren’t yet finished with 100 Stanton Street. A new concept was promised at some point in the future. Well, then just became now… Heir to the Pixie Market throne is Frankie Shop. Billed as a “concept store” […]

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Pixie Market is Moving from Stanton Street; Owners Plan New Concept

Posted October 29, 2014 at 6:00 am

The self-described “destination for all things cute and trendy” is presently on the move. That would, of course, be the Pixie Market at 100 Stanton Street, a well-regarded boutique that offers trends on the cheap. A sign in the window advertises a deep discount on all items in the teensy store. Co-owner Gaelle Drevet confirms […]

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Looks Like Little Muenster is Closing Its Grilled Cheese Spot on Stanton Street

Last modified July 29, 2014 at 12:19 pm

While one grilled cheese joint begins business on Allen Street, another is sunsetting. Little Muenster is seemingly in the twilight of its tenure at 100 Stanton Street. Melted fortune, if you will. That much is clear by Misrahi’s tombstone signage sitting above the entryway. We reached out to the Little Muenster and received the following […]

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Lady of Grand’s Pick of the Week: Frittata at El Rey

Posted March 4, 2014 at 11:23 am

There is a small open kitchen in the back of El Rey since their expansion into luncheonette territory. Above is the “Lost Bread” Egg Frittata with crushed avocado underneath and shaved fennel salad on top, drizzled with a sauce verte (herbs, garlic, and lemon juice). Frittata comes from the Italian word fritta, which means “to fry” but […]

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Nick Morgenstern’s ‘El Rey’ Opens at 100 Stanton on Friday

Posted September 16, 2013 at 6:08 am

Behind the glass at 100 Stanton Street, work is nearly complete on Nick Morgenstern’s latest endeavor. The Goat Town co-creator is busy preparing a new cafe for the space that previously held D’espresso. Employees onsite reveal its identity as El Rey, and confirmed by the new nameplate on the doorway column. A recent walkby reveals that […]

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Lady Of Grand’s Pick Of The Week: Kosher Wines at September’s

Posted September 6, 2013 at 3:53 pm

For many, it’s the beginning of the Jewish New Year, a time of introspection and looking back on the mistakes of the past year, and making changes for the year ahead. Let’s just say I plan to drink a lot more wine.

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Goat Town’s Nick Morgenstern Eyeing 100 Stanton for Cafe

Posted June 10, 2013 at 5:17 am

Nicholas Morgenstern, proprietor of the popular Goat Town in Alphabet City, is looking to cross Houston and into Hell Square.

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