More Details on the Clinton Street Baking Co. Expansion

Posted on: July 7th, 2014 at 9:18 am by

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Clinton Street Baking Co. is expanding to the corner

Clinton Street Baking Company annexed the recently-shuttered Min’s Market back in April, as we first reported. The bodega had been there for many years.

With the new space, the uber-popular diner will offer more leg space to stretch out. And an additional liquor license. The thirteen-year-old Lower East Side establishment further seeks a full liquor license for 2 Clinton Street, and will argue its case at the SLA subcommittee meeting of Community Board 3 later this month.

Application materials feature the blueprint republished below, which shows what to expect. This larger, soon-to-be adjoining dining room will include fifteen new tables (plus “semi-private seating”) and a bar with six stools. Other specifics on the expansion include a larger kitchen and “exhibition cooking bar.”

The schematic illustrates that quantity seating won’t be available in the original space (possible take-out?).

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