Within the last couple weeks, these mysterious dollhouse-sized doors began appearing across the Lower East Side.
The performance tells the true story of von Buhler's grandfather Frank Spano, who owned two speakeasies in the Bronx during prohibition. One was a bar and one was a bakery, which are both recreated in the theater piece.
100 Norfolk Street has been on the block for over two years already, and recently sold for an all-cash sum of $8.8 million (6% above ask).
Korilla BBQ isn't often seen in these parts, so Lower East Side appearances tend to energize the natives.