17 Orchard Street
Posted April 5, 2021 at 5:02 am
The Orchard Street storefront previously occupied by Fat Radish didn’t stay vacant long. Seven months after its closure due to fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, a replacement is underway. Coming soon to 17 Orchard is a new Mexican restaurant by the hand of Natalin Perez, who currently operates Haab out in Brooklyn. Mictlan Mexico, as […]
Last modified August 10, 2020 at 9:09 am
The Fat Radish is done for. Another victim of the pandemic. Eater broke the news Friday evening, reporting that the decision from ownership came as a result of the COVID-19 shutdown. The owners – Phil Winser and Natalie Freihon – confirmed that the Orchard Street restaurant doesn’t have enough space to accommodate outdoor dining. And […]
Posted May 17, 2016 at 5:10 am
It took almost three years, but the commercial condo that Fat Radish calls home finally changed hands. The ground floor of 17 Orchard Street just traded for $2.5 million, a few hundred-thousand higher than the initial asking price. Eastern Consolidated arranged the sale of the 2,500 square-foot space to Elijah Equities (aka the Haddad family). […]
Last modified September 23, 2013 at 9:14 am
The Chinatown gold rush east of Allen Street is heating up. There’s lots of real estate and nightlife movement happening in these parts of late.
Posted October 12, 2010 at 6:12 am
The Fat Radish is nearly two years in the making at 17 Orchard Street. Over the weekend, new signage was painted on the marquee, and the curtains of brown paper were finally removed to reveal the new restaurant. Indeed, Friday night was a soft opening for the restaurant, which hasn’t really spread the word much.
Last modified December 27, 2010 at 3:48 pm
17 Orchard Street has been under wraps since our previous checkup in September 2009, when the Silkstone catering company was seeking a full liquor license for the space; Community Board 3 subsequently denied their application. But now a year later, there are signs of life anew behind the cast iron facade. The Silkstone founders – Britons […]
Posted September 14, 2009 at 6:09 am
In short order, the long-dormant 17 Orchard Street storefront will have a new occupant. Meet Silkstone, a “burgeoning special event design, catering, and food lifestyle company.” The eatery is on the docket at tonight’s SLA meeting (nay shitshow) for a full liquor license. A sign in their window describes the new eatery in more detail, […]