99 Rivington Street

‘Wolfnights’ will Expand to Bleecker Street Next Fall

Posted June 5, 2017 at 5:09 am

Late night Lower East Side pit-stop, Wolfnights, is about to roll up to the West Village. The Hell Square-based fast food eatery will debut a Bleecker Street location next fall. Wolfnights announced the expansion to 235 Bleecker Street on its Facebook page (with plenty of emoji). Wolfnights first opened at 99 Rivington Street six years […]

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Far from a Sure Shot, ‘Beastie Boys Square’ Continues to Apply Pressure

Posted April 6, 2017 at 5:05 am

He can’t, won’t, and don’t stop. That would be LeRoy McCarthy and his bid to transform the southwest corner of Rivington and Ludlow Streets into Beastie Boys Square. To mark the occasion of the reinvigorated street co-naming campaign, he’s planned a party for next month (May 21) outside Wolfnights, the same address that appears on the […]

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‘Beastie Boys Square’ Might Soon Return for Street Co-Naming Consideration

Posted March 30, 2017 at 5:17 am

Hold it now… It’s a campaign three years in the making, and a proverbial thorn in the side of Community Board 3. Nevertheless, the Beastie Boys Square proposal is back on the front burner. 99 Rivington Street – currently Wolfnights – was featured prominently on the cover of the second Beastie Boys LP, Paul’s Boutique. […]

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Wolfnights Closes for Renovations to Expand its Footprint

Posted April 27, 2016 at 5:18 am

​Five-year-old Wolfnights closed down its corner restaurant at 99 Rivington Street for renovations this week. For real, though. Paper is in the windows and its marquee signage stripped from the exterior. The new-and-improved wrap joint should reopen, along with its nascent annex, come Friday. What’s strange about this job, however, is that the sidecar space – the […]

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Wolfnights Just Expanded its Dining Room Space on Rivington Street

Posted February 23, 2016 at 5:17 am

Conceived more as a cramped takeout joint, Wolfnights is now stretching its proverbial legs. Indeed, the fast-casual wrap aficionados headquartered at 99 Rivington Street just expanded into the space directly next door. As expected. The new legroom – three high-top tables with stool seating – ultimately comes at the expense of the long-running Felix Tailor shop, which […]

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Wolfnights on Rivington Street is Expanding into the Old Tailor Shop Next Door

Posted December 30, 2015 at 5:13 am

Here’s why the Felix Tailor Shop moved around the corner to the less-desirable location of 125 Allen Street. Simply put, late-night wrap aficionados Wolfnights are on the prowl, having just annexed the real estate on its western flank. The former tailor shop at 97 Rivington is now under renovation, all of a sudden; window paper and […]

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This is the Completed Beastie Boys Tribute Mural to ‘Paul’s Boutique’

Posted July 28, 2014 at 6:00 am

The “Beastie Boys Square” that wasn’t now has a rather loud visual. Wolfnights – descendant of the Paul’s Boutique-era bargain business establishment – donated its wall for a tribute to the trio. Street artist Danielle Mastrion spent the entirety of Saturday painting Mike D, MCA, and Ad Rock on the Ludlow facade of the restaurant. […]

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‘Beastie Boys Square’ Proponent Organizes Mural to Commemorate 25th Anniversary of ‘Paul’s Boutique’

Posted July 25, 2014 at 6:00 am

Since “Beastie Boys Square” didn’t happen, outspoken proponent LeRoy McCarthy has taken a different approach. Wolfnights is donating its Ludlow Street facade for a new celebratory mural. The artwork will pay tribute to both the hip-hop trio and their 1989 LP, which was released 25 years ago today. The album cover features the southwest corner […]

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CB3 Full Board Affirms Denial of ‘Beastie Boys Square’; LeRoy McCarthy Vows to Fight for the Right

Last modified March 26, 2014 at 3:41 pm

Not surprisingly, LeRoy McCarthy’s media-friendly fight to co-name Ludlow and Rivington Streets “Beastie Boys Square” pretty much lost all momentum last night. During its monthly proceedings, the full board of Community Board 3 voted to ratify the denial levied by the transportation subcommittee a couple weeks ago. And it was a close call, with a […]

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CB3 to Hear Petition to Co-name Ludlow and Rivington ‘Beastie Boys Square’

Posted January 7, 2014 at 6:05 am

No sleep till … LeRoy McCarthy realizes his dream of co-naming the corner of Ludlow and Rivington Beastie Boys Square. Of course, 99 Rivington, currently home of Wolfnights, was the cover image for the Paul’s Boutique record. The grassroots push to rebrand this nook of Hell Square began a couple months ago with a door-to-door […]

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