115 Allen Street
Posted November 17, 2020 at 5:08 am
A roving pop-up bar that traveled around in a yellow Volkswagen minibus is now officially parked on the Lower East Side. Double Chicken Please, the cocktail bar concept from Huey Chang (Raku, Kura), Faye Chen, and Angel’s Share alum Gn Chan, is now serving at 115 Allen Street. The former home of Hill & Dale. […]
Posted June 5, 2019 at 5:00 am
The roving cocktail van finally found permanent parking, so to speak. On Allen Street. Double Chicken Please, the concept from Huey Chang (Raku, Kura) and Angel’s Share alum Gn Chan, is angling to open shop at 115 Allen Street. Which also means that Hill & Dale isn’t long for the neighborhood. According to application materials […]
Posted December 8, 2017 at 5:06 am
Hill & Dale is now open for takeaway Thai lunch options. The Allen Street watering hole last month struck a partnership with Thai Direct Bowls, a startup that offers “authentic meal kits, healthy lunch bowls and delicious food products.” It’s sub-leasing the space from the golden-age-of-radio-themed bar during daytime hours (until 4pm). Patrons can choose […]
Posted March 9, 2017 at 5:09 am
Four years into operations, the phonograph-themed Hill & Dale is about to change hands. And it might soon go to the purveyors of one of the city’s most prolific burger chains. According to paperwork filed with Community Board 3, owner-operators of Bareburger, Nikolaos Marolachakis and Nikolaos Galanis, hope to take control of the business. It […]
Posted March 31, 2014 at 6:02 am
It’s easily one of the ugliest rooftop additions across the Lower East Side, constructed back in 2004. But inside that corrugated gray Lego piece atop 115 Allen Street is a rather desirable penthouse pad. A unique four-bedroom duplex. Only problem is, owner-developer Seth Tapper has been trying to unload the property for years without success. […]
Last modified December 27, 2012 at 9:10 am
In the time since its luxury makeover in 2004, 115 Allen Street hasn’t been the most hospitable to the Lower East Side nightlife scene.
Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:14 am
There is another twist in the saga of the late Allen & Delancey. Yesterday came the rumor that Matt Shendell would be opening a new restaurant at 115 Allen Street; and now the landlord has served Allen & Delancey LLC with an eviction notice.