David Owens Vintage Clothing

Red Compass Loses its Way, Sits Closed for Months

Posted December 12, 2017 at 5:07 am

For the second time inside a year, Georgian eatery Red Compass on Orchard Street is closed without notice. Only now, the outage appears permanent. Gates have been drawn during business hours for the last couple months. Calls to the Hell Square establishment all go directly to voicemail. Based on Yelp reviews, it appears the last […]

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‘Red Compass’ Soft Opens Tomorrow at Former Mission Chinese Space on Orchard Street

Posted December 29, 2015 at 5:17 am

Over on Orchard Street, the Red Compass points to Georgia. As in, the country. After more than three months of renovation work, this so-called Red Compass at 154 Orchard is now complete. We are told that the soft launch for the Georgian-style restaurant is tomorrow, with the more official grand opening planned for sometime after […]

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David Owens Vintage Relocates to Rivington Street Thanks to Rent Hike

Posted September 15, 2015 at 5:18 am

It was a rent hike that forced a long-running boutique from Orchard Street, in turn paving the way for a new restaurant. Thanks to landlord Abraham Noy (who’s amidst a lawsuit with Danny Bowien) and the eventual arrival of Georgian-style eatery, Compass Restaurant and Bar, David Owen’s Vintage Clothing store relocated to 161 Rivington Street. […]

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‘Compass’ Proceeding with Restaurant in Doomed Mission Chinese Space on Orchard Street

Posted September 11, 2015 at 5:06 am

Compass Restaurant and Bar is proceeding into the minefield otherwise known as 154 Rivington Street. The teaser signage recently placed in the windows all but confirms to the public the imminent arrival. As previously reported, principal Beka Peradze (ODA House) plans to install a Georgian-style (as in, the country) restaurant here, occupying both the former […]

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Rent Hike Pushes David Owens Vintage Boutique to 161 Rivington Street

Posted August 18, 2015 at 5:17 am

Narnia Vintage vacated the Lower East Side last month after thirteen years. Like so much else these days, the boutique picked up and relocated to Brooklyn. Yet, before a period of vacancy (or uncertainty) could set in, a likeminded replacement is on the way. It’s another veteran local retailer. The sandwich board sitting in the […]

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Sign Standoff at 154 Orchard Street

Posted January 20, 2011 at 6:18 am

A comical retail duel is afoot between Annie Havlicek and David Owens of 154 Orchard Street.

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