Grey Lady

Grey Lady Headed Beachside with Montauk Location Next Month

Posted April 15, 2016 at 9:31 am

Four-year-old Lower East Side oyster joint, Grey Lady, is heading out to the beach this summer with a new location. Montauk, to be precise, a natural extension of its brand. The East End spinoff is the fourth in as many years for Grey Lady, which debuted at 77 Delancey back in May 2012. Co-owner Ryan […]

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LES Restaurants to Square off in Oyster Shucking Contest

Last modified February 17, 2016 at 11:45 am

Get ready to shuck then … eat some oysters. Grey Lady owner Ryan Chadwick is hosting something called “Oyster Row,” the first neighborhood shucking competition and eating contest. Four Lower East Side establishments will participate in the challenge this Sunday, including Claw Daddy’s, Hotel Chantelle, Ten Bells, and host Grey Lady. Most oysters shucked in […]

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Goa-Taco Extends Its Residency on Delancey Another Month; Scouting Permanent Location

Posted February 27, 2015 at 5:15 am

Fans of Goa-Taco on Delancey Street will be happy to hear this. The tiny lunch counter alongside Grey Lady just reupped its tenancy for an additional month, and will continue to serve Paratha tacos here through the end of March. “The response has been really positive with us being in the area,” owner Duvaldi Marneweck […]

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Shervin’s Cafe Owner Angling to Purchase Norman’s Cay on Orchard Street

Posted February 6, 2015 at 5:11 am

Some sixteen months after first opening Norman’s Cay at 74 Orchard Street, co-owner Ryan Chadwick may soon unload the business. Shervin Nassi – proprietor of two-year-old Shervin’s Cafe in Alphabet City – is the hopeful suitor. This according to application materials on file with Community Board 3. Norman’s Cay (and the symbiotic Spur Tree) hadn’t been […]

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Goa-Taco Extends its Residency on Delancey Through the End of February

Posted January 20, 2015 at 5:18 am

Business is bustling at the nascent Goa-Taco pop-up dispensary on Delancey Street. The tiny lunch counter beside Grey Lady – specializing in Indian-infused “paratha tacos” – has been busy since its debut in mid-December. And apparently it’s been going well enough to extend the residency. “The pop-up has been going great and we have had […]

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Goa-Taco Opening Its Snack Bar on Delancey Street Tonight

Posted December 18, 2014 at 5:30 am

Goa-Taco, the food stall vendor veteran of Smorgasburg Jr. in Brooklyn, is ready to begin serving the Lower East Side. We are told that the pop-up snack bar will open at 77 Delancey Street later tonight. A long table dotted with a half-dozen stools currently occupies much of the shoebox real estate. The smallish operation specializes in “fusion” […]

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Goa-Taco Opening Pop-Up Food Stand for Its Fusion Tacos at 77 Delancey Street

Last modified December 15, 2014 at 10:08 am

The revolving door of retail at 77 Delancey Street shows no sign of slowing. This sidecar space – under the thumb of Grey Lady since opening two-and-a-half years ago – has hosted everything from pop-up cafes and bakeries to an Etsy shop. During the warmer months, though, the shoebox store is usually a seafood shack hosted […]

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Grey Lady Has Taken a Piece of the Lower East Side to New Aspen Location

Posted November 28, 2014 at 6:02 am

A popular Lower East Side raw bar is expanding to Aspen. Ryan Chadwick is not new to the Aspen scene. A veteran, some might say. The Maine native lived there at one point for seven years, and created a nightclub called Escobar four years ago. We now learn that a Grey Lady spinoff is underway, […]

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‘Famous Oyster Bar’ Neons Now Lighting Up Grey Lady on Allen and Delancey

Posted April 11, 2014 at 6:06 am

As expected, those bright red neons from the Famous Oyster Bar are now a Lower East Side fixture. The illuminated signage was installed on the corner marquee of Grey Lady yesterday afternoon. DOB permits for the exterior appendage are taped to the windows of 77 Delancey for good measure. Grey Lady co-owner Ryan Chadwick purchased […]

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‘Famous Oyster Bar’ Neons Will Soon Grace the Outside of Grey Lady

Posted March 7, 2014 at 6:00 am

Fifty-five years of serving seafood to midtowners concluded at the end of January when Famous Oyster Bar shuttered. The restaurant first opened in 1959, and was run by the same Greek family until owner Angelo Agmonostopoulo died in 2010. Partner Ajit Saha took over thereafter, and held on until the end. But what of that sexy […]

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