‘Flower Shop’ Club on Eldridge Street is Sidelined by Flood

Posted on: January 4th, 2018 at 5:05 am by

Eldridge Street newcomer, Flower Shop, has been sidelined the last couple days due to a flood on premises. Management announced the closure on Tuesday afternoon, shortly after the incident, and are promising a return to form sometime later today.

As of last night, the place looked wrecked.

Cause of the flood is not yet known, but could be weather-related with this cold snap…

The Flower Shop opened nine months ago at 107 Eldridge Street, the former home of Fontana’s. It’s helmed by William Tisch (Major Food Group), Steven Tisch, Andrew Flynn (Brinkley’s), Dave Turner (Major Food Group), and Dylan Hales (Ruby’s Cafe). Tony Hawk is also a rumored investor.

Anyone know a good carpet rep? 🤦‍♂️ #2018

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