A ‘Lullaby’ Cocktail Bar for Rivington Street

Posted on: June 3rd, 2021 at 5:08 am by

An “approachable” cocktail bar is headed to Rivington Street.

Pre-bed rituals are again the naming convention here at 151 Rivington, with Nitecap giving way to another cocktail bar called Lullaby. (Yawn?)

Principals Harrison Snow and Jacob Hodas are on the Community Board 3 docket this month for a full liquor license with operating hours of noon to 4:00am daily. Plans call for seven tables and thirty-four seats with a standup bar.

Its drink menu has nine different cocktails, assembled by mixmaster Brother Cleve. And aside from the relatively inexpensive house “punch” ($9), everything else is $14 and above. There are also snacks offered, including a charcuterie board, mixed nuts, and olives.

In its description, Harrison and Hodas describe Lullaby as a “dressed down yet high caliber cocktail experience” that “brings a level of accessibility” and “foregoes the frills and pretenses of a modern cocktail bar.” Apparently, they’re targeting young artists, young professionals, and hospitality industry folks.

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