Carriage House Vet Adam Newton Looking at St. Jerome’s Space

Posted on: January 3rd, 2013 at 10:27 am by

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Another chapter in the tale of 155 Rivington Street has come to pass. Luc Carl divested from St. Jerome’s back in October, and at the time, it was reported that East Village vets purchased and were assuming control of the nightspot. It appears that’s no longer the case. Different applicants are now on the docket this month for a full liquor license on premise.

Documents delivered to Community Board 3 ahead of Monday’s SLA subcommittee meeting reveal that Carriage House vet Adam Newton and Fig 19 bartender Jessica Fuller hope to open a spot under the corporate entity, “Rivington 155 Parlor.” Seems pretty standard, the ask is for 4am seven days, offering small plate “snacks,” and a total of seven tables.

Meanwhile, Luc Carl has since moved on to hosting weekly Tuesday night rock n roll go-go parties at Hotel Chantelle with the former All Stars of St. Jerome’s.

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