“Tenement LES” Angling for Interstate Food & Liquor Spot on Orchard

Posted on: February 22nd, 2013 at 9:19 am by
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Interstate Food & Liquor is indeed out the door. But before you can muster the breath to utter “vacancy,” another nightspot is already vying for the opportunity to operate at 74 Orchard Street. Just check out the front door of the establishment – the familiar notice to neighbors is taped to the glass.

Community Board 3 has yet to unveil the hopeful applicants for next month’s SLA subcommittee meeting, but we now know that 74 Orchard is among the pool. An entity with the rather derivative working name of “Tenement LES” is seeking a restaurant wine license, without sidewalk cafe or garden. Not much info is available on these peeps just yet.

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Stay tuned for the full announcement of liquor applicants in the coming days.

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