Hotel Ludlow Peels Plywood to Unveil Its Grand Entrance
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Over in Hell Square, the Ludlow Hotel (aka “The Ludlow”) just axed half of its plywood fence and added glass to its Meatpacking-esque awning. The freshly-revealed exterior carries that same faux-old-world feel as its kin on the Bowery (Sean MacPherson is behind both projects).
In other Ludlow Hotel news, word came down the pike a couple weeks ago that the restaurant to operate on premise will be a French bistro called Dirty French. The endeavor is headed up by the Torrisi team – Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick – and represents a departure from their usual Italian fare. According to Eater, it’ll debut in early summer.
Quick, say “Ludlow is dead” three times fast.