Three Monkeys Irks Residents of 99 Rivington

Posted on: January 12th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

Today’s adventures in urban etiquette signage bring us to the Three Monkeys at 99 Rivington Street, formerly known as Paul’s Boutique.  While covering the fire at 124 Ludlow last Friday afternoon, we noticed a handful of computer printouts Duct-taped to the windows and doors of the cheapy falafel joint.

This image has been archived or removed.

Apparently some residents are none-too-pleased with the nighttime noise emanating from the establishment. Guess that’s their new two-for-one deal these days – buy a $3.65 sandwich and get a night of decibel delights on the house.  Talk about added value.

This image has been archived or removed.

Anyway, be sure to take note of the exclamation point count in the letter!!!

All signs were removed later that day.

Recent Stories

Celebrating Rosh Hashanah in the 1900s Lower East Side [PHOTOS]

Sundown tonight marks the beginning of the Jewish new year with the holiday of Rosh Hashanah. To celebrate, below is a small collection of photos, courtesy of the Library of Congress, illustrating how Jews of the early 1900s celebrated the holiest of days while living in the ghetto of the Lower East Side. You’ll notice […]

The New Museum Returns to the Bowery from Pandemic Sidelining

After being sidelined for six months, the New Museum is back. They reopened their doors earlier this week to the public at large. As previously noted, three new exhibits will grace the space and run through the remainder of 2020; “Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment,” “Jordan Casteel: Within Reach,” and “Daiga Grantina: What Eats Around […]

Mission Chinese to Shutter East Broadway Restaurant Due to Coronavirus Challenges

Mission Chinese Food, the popular Nuevo-Chinese restaurant, is to close its flagship Lower East Side location at the end of the month. In a lengthy missive posted to Instagram, chef-owner Danny Bowien explained the challenge of operating during pandemic times and the ultimate decision to close. “We faced the difficult decision as a business to […]

Lingerie Traded for ‘Original Goose Country’ on Rivington Street

There is a new leather vendor headed to Orchard Street. Taking the place previously occupied by a lingerie shop and cafe. Signage appeared this week outside 83 Rivington Street, announcing the forthcoming arrival of Original Goose Country. This is the first brick-and-mortar for the outerwear brand, which came into the scene in 2018. Its founders […]

Night and Weekend Work on F Train Tunnel Rehab to Begin on Monday

The MTA next Monday will begin work on the rehabilitation of the Rutgers Tube, a subway tunnel under the East River that was damaged during Hurricane Sandy eight years ago. The long-awaited repairs include track replacement, signal equipment, cabling, tunnel lights, and new pumps. The MTA is also installing a backup generator connected to the […]