120 Rivington Street

Star Pastry Chef Shoots the Moon with ‘Supermoon Bakehouse’ Opening Tomorrow on Rivington Street

Posted October 6, 2017 at 5:03 am

The Supermoon Bakehouse officially launches on Rivington Street tomorrow. Paper again covers the windows of the storefront, obstructing the stacks of iridescent, Instagram friendly boxes. The pastry chef behind the counter is Ry Stephen, the co-founder of Mr. Holmes Bakehouse in San Francisco. His business partner in the venture is head designer Aron Tzimas. Apparently, […]

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The ‘Supermoon Bakehouse’ is Closer to Opening on Rivington Street

Last modified October 3, 2017 at 11:45 am

Underway since last spring, the Supermoon Bakehouseis ready to rise on Rivington Street. Filling the retail void left by the ill-fated Schapiro’s hangout. The butcher paper affixed to the floor-to-ceiling glass came down over the weekend to show off a new window display. Branded boxes pimping the Supermoon moniker, and the pithy “Bite me, NYC” […]

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The ‘Supermoon Bakehouse’ Rises at the Old Schapiro’s Bar on Rivington Street

Posted July 27, 2017 at 9:37 am

Sugar Sweet Sunshine will soon have some company on the block. Indeed, a new bakery is currently readying 120 Rivington Street, the one-story building previously occupied by Schapiro’s. Workers onsite reveal the identity of the newcomer as something called the Supermoon Bakehouse. However, there isn’t much else known about the place just yet. All we […]

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German-Filipino Fusion Bar Angles for the Dead Schapiro’s Spot on Rivington Street

Posted November 8, 2016 at 5:16 am

Shuttered and papered for three months straight, 120 Rivington Street will soon be reborn. The Schapiro’s bar-restaurant – named for the iconic winery of same that once occupied the city block – closed for good in August. It was a three-year run. Now a group of seemingly unseasoned applicants – Daniel Dabrowski, Rebecca Kush, Michael […]

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Schapiro’s Bar Looks to be Donezo After 3 Years on Rivington Street

Last modified August 8, 2016 at 7:23 am

The departure of Nitecap from the basement of Rivington Street was seemingly the first sign of troubled waters. This piggybacking basement lounge – run by Alex Day, Natasha David, and David Kaplan – relocated down the block to bar 151 (which they owned) last month. Now the upstairs establishment is likewise out. Schapiro’s is donezo. […]

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Death & Company Vets Open Basement Club Called ‘Nitecap’ at Schapiro’s on Rivington Street

Posted March 10, 2014 at 6:03 am

You knew this was coming. It’s pretty much a given that any upscale eatery would open a bar downstairs. The nascent nostalgia-loving Schapiro’s restaurant at 120 Rivington Street just pimped out its basement to a pair of nightlife heavyweights. David Kaplan and Alex Day from Death & Co. recently secured the dungeon space for an endeavor […]

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Schapiro’s to Soft Open This Weekend at 120 Rivington Street

Posted May 30, 2013 at 5:30 am

This iteration of Schapiro’s, situated in the former Festival Mexicano, is a power play by established Lower East Side restaurateurs.

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Sneak Peek Into Schapiro’s at 120 Rivington Street

Last modified February 13, 2013 at 4:08 pm

Let’s take a gander behind the bars at 120 Rivington Street, future home of the Schapiro’s restaurant. The crinkly brown paper separated enough in recent days to reveal a semi-obscured view of the interior. This Schapiro’s quasi-reboot is the handiwork of David Shemesh and Eyal Tov, both principals of Antibes Bistro. The name capitalizes on […]

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The New “Schapiro’s” of Rivington Street

Last modified January 29, 2013 at 10:30 am

Schapiro’s is making a return to Rivington Street sometime soon. No, not that one.

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Antibes Owners Planning New Venture for 120 Rivington

Posted January 17, 2012 at 6:45 am

Despite some hiccups last June with Community Board 3, sources tell us that the principals behind Antibes Bistro still have grand plans for 120 Rivington Street.

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