203 East Houston
Posted February 6, 2014 at 6:00 am
“Art galleries may come and go, but Katz’s will never leave.” A bold statement from the iconic Lower East Side Deli in reference to its sidecar Space at 203 East Houston Street. As part of its 125th anniversary bonanza, Katz’s had transformed this store – previously occupied by Tim Horton’s/Cold Stone – into a temporary […]
Posted October 23, 2013 at 10:21 am
We weren’t sure what to expect, heading to an opening of “deli-inspired art.” A Krylon-tagged pastrami sandwich? Or an installation representing salami through the ages, perhaps? Would we need a sketchpad, or a stack of napkins? This went through our minds as we went to the opening of The Space at Katz’s, a new pop-up […]
Posted October 17, 2013 at 6:00 am
Since 203 East Houston hasn’t been able to hold down a steady tenant in a couple years, its neighbor took it over. Katz’s Deli is turning the adjacent real estate into a pop-up gallery and merch shop called “The Space,” predominantly dedicated to deli-inspired art. The gate is amidst a mural makeover, and new awning […]
Posted October 4, 2013 at 6:04 am
Katz’s Deli is taking control of the uber-short-lived Tim Horton’s/Cold Stone combo next door at 203 East Houston, owner Jake Dell tells us. Dubbed simply The Space, the recently-renovated retail unit will act as both a pop-up gallery and apparel shop for the 125-year-old eatery. Each month, a new cast of commissioned artists will decorate […]
Posted July 30, 2013 at 6:10 am
Out of the gate for just over six months, the Tim Horton’s/Cold Stone combo at 203 East Houston is closed, albeit temporarily.
Posted December 3, 2012 at 11:28 am
Over the weekend, however, it was the Tim Hortons/Cold Stone combo that finally joined the land of the living.
Posted August 17, 2012 at 6:09 am
It’s bad enough that 7-Eleven and Dunkin’ Donuts already have a foothold on the neighborhood. Now the Canadian pseudo-equivalent is staking its own claim in the neverending gold rush.
Posted March 5, 2012 at 9:09 am
In a short 24-hour period, Katz’s Deli seized the vacant Punjabi Food Express next door and transformed it into a well-articulated satellite outpost for one night only.