Posted September 30, 2019 at 5:00 am
The notorious commercial space at 264 Bowery is finally back in play after five years of dormancy. The only action at this spot in the interim was a steady stream of real estate listings pimping the doomed space. (Most hovered around $18K.) Yet now it looks like there is a taker. Luc Levy, principal behind […]
Posted March 5, 2014 at 10:10 am
It took a couple years to reach fruition, but Antonioni’s has finally ripened. The Italian restaurant at 177 Chrystie (at Rivington), designed by Amy Grantham and Luc Levy of Cafe Gitane, soft-opened on Valentine’s Day. Right now they’re only offering dinner service, but brunch is coming this weekend; lunch reportedly starts on March 24. Much […]
Posted January 28, 2014 at 6:04 am
Antonioni’s has been underway for over two years already, so what’s another few days of waiting? If you amble past the corner, only the top half of the curved window at 177 Chrystie Street is covered with the token brown paper. It’s been that way for months, exposing the guts of Cafe Gitane’s new Lower East […]
Posted December 8, 2011 at 6:41 am
At the recently-vacated 177 Chrystie Street, forklifts and palettes are a thing of the past. As are deliveries and distributions.