Death & Co. Principals Planning Cocktail Bar for 151 Rivington

Posted on: March 31st, 2014 at 5:42 am by
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Having just opened Nitecap beneath Schapiro’s, Death & Company brass David Kaplan and Alex Day are now gunning to open another sub-level cocktail bar just down the block at 151 Rivington Street. And they’re apparently bringing along some additional nightlife muscle. Application materials submitted to Community Board 3 reveal that Cedd Moses and Eric Needleman (from LA’s 213 Ventures) are also involved in the venture. This isn’t the first time these crews have collaborated; they joined forces to create Honeycut in Los Angeles.

Plans call for thirteen tables and one long bar. Operating hours would be 5pm – 4am all days.

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Obviously news of this new application likely spells the end for 151, which underwent a makeover a couple years ago.

Here is the sample cocktail menu.

Cocktail Menu for 151 Rivington St

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