Lebanese Eatery ‘Manousheh’ Signs Lease for Seward Park Location
The year-long dormancy of the former Grand Street 7-Eleven is drawing to a close. In its place, a familiar Lebanese restaurant.
Word on the street is that Greenwich Village import, Manousheh, just signed a lease for the vacated space. We’re told that asking rent had been about $18,000, but final price is unknown. Occupancy apparently begins November 1.
The Seward Park Co-op owns this retail strip, managed by Charles H. Greenthal.
Manousheh is a vendor veteran of area markets like Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg. It specializes in its namesake breakfast dish, sweet and savory flatbreads. The restaurant cemented itself in 2015 with the brick-and-mortar eatery at 193 Bleecker Street.