92 Rivington Street
Posted February 26, 2019 at 5:04 am
Hell Square now has seafood. The narrow, fast-casual eatery, Chamusca, debuted at 92 Rivington a couple weeks ago. The opening came nearly two years after we first announced its arrival. They have daily raw bar happy hour deals, as well as a menu with fish tacos, fried rice bowls, and a $50 seafood tower. Chamusca […]
Posted August 9, 2018 at 5:05 am
One year later, it looks like Chamusca is actually making some progress on Rivington Street. The “seafood restaurant with sustainable and seasonal menu” was originally slated to open in August 2017. However, in the intervening year, the 800 square-foot space remained largely dormant. Not until earlier this summer did activity pick up. There is a […]
Posted March 20, 2017 at 5:03 am
Mimi & Coco, the popular Japanese restaurant that debuted in June 2013, closed and vacated 92 Rivington Street last June. Newish landlord Thor Equities – they bought the building in 2015 – subsequently sat on the commercial space and waited for the perfect occupant to sign on. That day is nigh. Now, here comes something called Chamusca (“Harvest […]
Posted June 2, 2016 at 5:12 am
Three years into its lease, and the minuscule eatery at 92 Rivington Street is on its way out. Mimi & Coco, the popular Japanese restaurant that debuted in June 2013, currently sports a leasing sign in its window. It’s clear what’s happening next. Closure. And another nail in the coffin of this block, which now […]
Posted August 19, 2013 at 10:00 am
The suspended scaffold made an appearance above ‘inoteca a couple weeks ago to prepare the facade for some paint-by-numbers advertising.
Posted June 3, 2013 at 6:17 am
The cozy Italian eatery had been in business at 92 Rivington Street for years. However, for Bruscheteria, the end arrived back in January, and the restaurant quickly faded into the annals of Lower East Side dead. Its departure left behind a prime space in the heart of Hell Square. And it didn’t remain vacant for […]
Last modified February 17, 2011 at 11:48 am
Bruschetteria and Tailor shop lost the storefront marquee to the snow, and both signs were quickly removed from the property. Or so we thought.