Posted November 29, 2013 at 6:49 am
Six feet under for nearly six months, Max Fish is resurfacing in Miami Beach next week. Well, sort of. Former Monroe Street gallery Klughaus is headed to Miami for Art Basel, and joined forces with Max Fish and DKNY to bring the soul of the bar (or what’s left of it) to the beach. Artists […]
Posted October 22, 2013 at 6:10 am
Sweet Chick will indeed open in the former Max Fish space, as we first reported. Despite opposition from building residents, the LES Dwellers, and a denial from Community Board 3, owners John Seymour and Sam Saleh are proceeding with plans for their second outpost (the Brooklyn location opened in February). The partners reportedly signed the lease for […]
Last modified October 8, 2013 at 7:31 am
Here are some notes from last night’s marathon Community Board 3 meeting… Regarding suspension of the LES Dwellers The elephant in the room last night was the recent three-month suspension of the LES Dwellers by the hand of CB3. Chair Gigi Li referenced the reasoning behind the action, namely that the block association had aggressively […]
Posted September 27, 2013 at 5:16 am
Just a couple days after we broke news about El Sombrero turning into an Artichoke Pizza joint, we now learn that fried chicken is coming to the old Max Fish space. So goes the new Ludlow Street. The SLA flyer that arrived onsite yesterday evening announces that 178 Ludlow Street will soon become the second location […]
Posted August 7, 2013 at 6:12 am
Mere days after Max Fish closed for good, the adjacent scaffolding finally came down.
Posted June 13, 2013 at 5:33 am
It’s certainly been a rough 2013 thus far. Seriously, in the first six months alone, the Lower East Side lost (or is losing) some of its most cherished institutions. The list of victims is staggering given the short timeframe. Count ‘em.
Posted May 15, 2013 at 6:45 am
Everything is ending on upper Ludlow Street. The proverbial changing of the guard, in which Pink Pony, Max Fish, and Motor City Bar will be naught but history by the end of summer. The latest victim, as reported by the Village Voice, is the decades-old rehearsal space beneath the Fish. Again, we can all thank, […]