Quality Eats

Looks Like ‘Black Tap’ and its Milkshakes will Try Where Quality Eats Failed on Ludlow Street

Posted July 27, 2016 at 5:00 am

One year into its reign, SoHo-based burger joint, Black Tap, is angling to open a new location on the Lower East Side. Its address of choice for the third outpost has been hotly contested lately – 177 Ludlow Street. Yep, owner Samy Mahfar is again reaching for the realm of foodie chains for his Hell Square […]

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Will CB3 Make Good on its Promise to Curb the Liquor License Saturation in Hell Square?

Last modified September 1, 2017 at 7:00 pm

“CB3 … will not approve license applications that are subject to the 500-foot rule unless they meet the high standard of being in the public interest.” –Community Board 3, April 2016 resolution Restaurateur Michael Stillman was handed defeat last month for his Quality Eats outpost proposed for Ludlow Street. Community Board 3 denied the application, […]

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Quality Eats Ludlow Denied by CB3, Despite LES Dwellers Endorsement

Last modified September 1, 2017 at 7:01 pm

Quality Eats tasted raw defeat last night. Community Board 3 voted, in a tiebreaker situation no less, to deny the Stillman steakhouse a full liquor license for a spinoff location at 177 Ludlow Street. Theirs was a holdover application after last month’s withdrawal. Yet, in an ironic turn of events, the restaurant applicant that the LES […]

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More on the ‘Quality Eats’ Offshoot Coming Soon to Hell Square

Last modified September 1, 2017 at 7:01 pm

No doubt capitalizing on the upscale Ludlow Hotel and its Dirty French food-and-beverage, the Stillman restaurant honchos (i.e. Fourth Wall Restaurants) want in on the action. Especially after the EMM Group basically outbid their concept for 199 Bowery some five years ago. This time, they’re returning to the Lower East Side to impart a second […]

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‘Quality Eats’ Angling for Ludlow Street Expansion at Former 100 Montaditos Space

Posted February 25, 2016 at 4:45 am

When 100 Montaditos went down like a lead balloon after a paltry three months on the block, the franchise owner at 177 Ludlow Street (Mini Hospitality) promised to hold onto the space and return as an “upscale concept.” That never happened, and the real estate remained warehoused as a vacancy by owner Samy Mahfar for over […]

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