132 Eldridge Street
Posted May 17, 2017 at 5:04 am
The Iceman himself will (probably) be on the Lower East Side this weekend. Indulging his off-screen passion, actor Val Kilmer on Saturday will star in a new art exhibit at the Woodward Gallery Windows space on Eldridge Street. The installation, dubbed “VALHOLLA,” is the New York City art scene debut for the onetime Batman. The project […]
Last modified February 28, 2017 at 3:33 pm
More than a decade since arriving on the Lower East Side, the Woodward Gallery recently departed its longtime headquarters at 133 Eldridge Street. Now painted with a fresh coat of fire engine red. Since its closure, a simple sign dangling from the roll-down gates advertised the 5,000 square-foot space as available for gallery uses beginning March 1. […]
Posted August 23, 2016 at 5:10 am
Yesterday we reported that cocktail lounge, Ghost on Eldridge, disappeared from it namesake street. It had a four-year run before the auctioneer came and sold all furnishings. Yet the space is already accounted for. Ghost was operated by the Woodward Gallery directly across the street, and now we learn that they’re not yet done with the […]
Posted August 22, 2016 at 5:00 am
The artsy cocktail bar and lounge, Ghost on Eldridge, disappeared from its namesake street earlier this month. A note on its social media platforms says only, “gone fishing, catch you in the fall.” That’s not the full story, though; a return seems unlikely. The Woodward Gallery across the way opened Ghost at 132 Eldridge Street in March […]
Posted March 1, 2012 at 6:47 am
A new Lower East Side coffee shop with a strange namesake is poised to open on Eldridge Street. More after the jump!
Posted December 1, 2010 at 6:27 am
In 2006, public school teacher turned baker Yvette Ho opened Panade at 129 Eldridge Street, serving a variety of custom puffs, pastries, sandwiches, and beverages. Four years later, the snackery is transitioning to a related culinary concept, and with it, a change in venue. Thanksgiving was to be the last day at this location. An […]
Posted March 5, 2010 at 6:34 am
Outside 132 Eldridge Street is a veritable canvas of colorfully detailed Stikman art. It’s nice to see such a unique presentation, especially since most Stikmen in the neighborhood seem to be flattened in the streets.