Hair of the Dog Confirmed for Cafe Charbon Space

Posted on: August 9th, 2011 at 6:09 am by

The rumors we heard these last few days with regard to the former Cafe Charbon space have just been debunked. The nightlife purveyors at NYC Best Bar clear the air regarding their new concept, and it does not include the Gin Mill moniker. Co-owner Michael Asch told Grub St that the new establishment here at 170 Orchard Street is called Hair of the Dog. Much like some of the other watering holes in the Best Bar stable, these kitschy slogan-type names are gagworthy.

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Hair of the Dog is a different name, but the experience here will likely be the same. So there’s still plenty of reason to worry…and walk on the other side of the street.

Boogie commenter Sigh summed it up perfectly:

oh great…yes please LES, let’s invite more drunk ass college kids down so the cops on horseback can have a need to continue patrolling.

there goes the neighborhood….continued.

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