Ludlow Manor Unveils the “Down Low” Menu

Posted on: March 2nd, 2012 at 6:45 am by

So it’s confirmed. As we surmised yesterday, Ludlow Manor at 95 Delancey will in fact be reopening this evening, and with a menu deeper than just PB&J with the crusts cut off…

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We stopped by last night, welcomed by the rainbow roof lights and an interior nearly ready for seating. No more trash bags over the bar.  More telling, however, was the “Down Low” menu taped to the door revealing the new offering for Ludlow Manor. It’s all tapas.

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A waiter holding court on the first floor informed us that the “restaurant” should open tonight at 5 pm.

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Booze will indeed be served, as the on-premise license was reactivated in the nick of time. Meanwhile, the Manor is on the CB3 docket this month to extend liquor privileges for the second and third floors…

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