Posted August 14, 2019 at 5:03 am
Well, that was quick. Stanton Street newcomer, Falafix, is reportedly out of business. Fried after one year on the block. The restaurant shuttered a couple weeks ago. Word on the street is that business was too slow to sustain. One particular customer complained on Yelp about finding the store “closed, with doors locked, lights off, […]
Last modified July 6, 2018 at 9:12 am
The Hell Square falafel fix is Falafix, located at 90 Stanton Street. It began serving its variety menu last week after several months under construction. Most items here cost $5, and are constructed around different interpretations of the standard falafel sandwich. There’s the classic, the American Baller (with romaine lettuce), and Fire Baller (fried jalapeño […]
Posted April 27, 2018 at 5:00 am
With plywood shedding as we speak, it looks like the long-dormant commercial space at 90-96 Stanton Street is finally reanimated. Hard to believe that this Lower East Side storefront has been dormant – with the exception of Vice’s weed stunt last year – since the end of 2014. Contractors began dismantling the year-old enclosure this […]
Posted April 28, 2017 at 5:11 am
There’s been a change of the guard at Moemen, the Mediterranean snack shop at 201 Allen Street. Almost overnight, the signage was swapped and interior remodeled. In comes the blandly named NYC Falafel Co., offering up exactly what you’d imagine. Cheap eats geared toward the Hell Square hordes. They’re open past midnight every day except […]
Posted August 21, 2012 at 6:18 am
As we first reported earlier this summer, the Falafel Shop is set to open at 127 Rivington Street.
Posted February 10, 2010 at 6:13 am
It’s official – Kebab House II is closed for good. Last week, we reported that the late night Halal joint was in a state of disrepair; this week, there is no evidence of its existence aside from the signage. The interior is completely cleared of tables and kitchen equipment.
Last modified February 3, 2010 at 10:56 am
Last week, Ashkara; this week, Kebab House II. Indeed, last night, we strolled past the sometimes-24-hour grub spot at 144 Orchard Street during the dinner rush, only to find it dark. No lights, no tables, no service. Looking through the locked glass doors, the interior is currently in a state of disarray. Scattered throughout the cleared […]
Last modified September 22, 2009 at 10:21 am
Since opening at 147 East Houston fourteen months ago, Chickpea never really had much luck drawing a crowd. In fact, the place was usually empty during peak dining hours – lunch, dinner, late night. So it comes as little surprise that the local franchise decided to close this outpost. Last night, the storefront was dark, […]