Adrienne’s Bridal Salon Moving to 134 Orchard

Posted on: September 20th, 2012 at 6:48 am by
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Earlier this year, Alphabet City watering hole Keybar announced an application for liquor privileges at 134 Orchard Street, a store formerly occupied by Daniel’s Leather II. The establishment withdrew from the Community Board 3 SLA docket, and that was the end of that. Paper is presently in the windows, and a familiar face is on the way. One from just up the block.

The other night we ambled past Adrienne’s Bridal Salon at 156 Orchard Street, and were quickly welcomed by a handwritten sign that advertises a forthcoming move. A specialty business on the Lower East Side since 2003, this was somewhat unsettling. Ownership confirmed to us that the both the bridal shop and its sister location across the street are amidst consolidation at number 134. It’s all going down as we speak and should be ready any day now.

In the meantime, scope this awesome ghost signage unveiled just the other day! Josef’s Sportswear. Enjoy it while you can.

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Adrienne’s Bridal Salon was born in 1950 out on Long Island.

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