Home Sweet Home Principal Eyes 173 Bowery for Seafood Restaurant

Posted on: August 7th, 2012 at 6:09 am by
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Three months on, it appears the Lighting Craftsmen will soon be alight with a replacement occupant. One not of the same light brigade ilk, however.

SLA application materials delivered to Community Board 3 confirm that 173 Bowery (aka 1 Delancey Street) might soon become home to a new seafood joint. The principal behind the “Seven Delancey Oyster Bar” venture is Kristin Vincent, who currently runs seven-year-old Home Sweet Home around the corner at 131 Chrystie Street.

Ms. Vincent will appear before the licensing committee later this month to fight for a full 4 am liquor license. And a sidewalk cafe. If the concept is indeed realized, it’ll be the second of its kind on Delancey, joining Grey Lady in the seafood department.

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