121 Ludlow Street
Posted October 27, 2020 at 5:11 am
A woman jumped into an Uber on Ludlow Street and assaulted the driver, police said. On Sunday night, approximately 10:00pm, the woman entered the cab outside 121 Ludlow Street, unwarranted, and allegedly punched the driver in the face. He sustained a fat lip, and is otherwise okay. It’s unclear what prompted the belligerence. However, the […]
Posted January 26, 2018 at 5:00 am
The River Coyote wine and coffee bar on Ludlow Street is on death’s door. Don’t believe the sign on the front door pinning closure on “repairs,” as the space is already on the market. In the end, River Coyote lasted barely a year since taking over the lease for the likewise sparsely populated predecessor, Amuse Wine […]
Posted January 27, 2017 at 5:03 am
It seems 2017 is the year of the reactivated cursed space. Doomed storefronts around the neighborhood are returning to life, with the latest being Butcher Bar at 146 Orchard Street. And now 121 Ludlow Street is next, thanks to the arrival of coffee-slash-wine bar River Coyote. River Coyote is apparently putting coffee first, creating direct […]
Last modified August 11, 2016 at 8:42 am
The writing was on the wall, and now it’s come to pass. Amuse Wine Bar is swimming with the fishes. Official notice of closure arrived this week. Newspaper is taped to the windows of 121 Ludlow Street, and their bulletin board carries the simple message, “closed permanently.” This was expected, as a new replacement wine bar […]
Posted July 24, 2015 at 5:00 am
Two years into its tenancy, Amuse Wine Bar is seemingly on the outs. It’s further proof that 121 Ludlow Street is a cursed address. A real estate listing appeared on Monday hawking the 1,800 square-foot wine bar as a “prime LES” opportunity. Based on the post, it’s apparent that these guys signed an unfavorable deal. […]
Posted August 21, 2013 at 6:00 am
The hex of 121 Ludlow Street is alive and well. Tromba was one of 2013’s first quickie closures, having lasted barely seven months on the block. Amuse Wine Bar swooped in to purchase the assets.
Posted June 3, 2013 at 6:40 am
It entered life in a calamitous situation – during Hurricane Sandy – and now may fade into obscurity.