Jupiter 21

Mars Bar Replacement ‘NatureEs’ Reveals Itself, Opens May 11

Posted May 4, 2015 at 5:18 am

Jupiter is done with Mars. The long-awaited Mars Bar replacement at Jupiter 21 formally announced itself to the neighborhood over the weekend. NatureEs, the bland health-conscious juicery, finally deposed the brown window paper after a six-month build out period. Signage is also in the windows of 21 East First Street, and while you can sneak […]

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This First Interior Shot of Mars Bar Reboot is Enough to Ruin Your Day

Posted February 17, 2015 at 5:00 am

For the hopeful few who may have thought the Mars Bar reboot would channel the gritty predecessor, sorry to let you down, but it’s not happening. Gaze hither. Peeking through the punctured window paper of Jupiter 21 provides a glimpse of the overall vibe of the joint. That should be enough to dispel whatever hope […]

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Mars Bar Coming Back to 2nd Avenue in Some Form [UPDATED]

Last modified April 30, 2014 at 9:14 pm

Community Board 3 just unveiled its SLA docket for the month of May, and with it, a rather curious applicant. It appears that 11-17 Second Avenue, that glass eyesore now known as Jupiter 21, might get a bar after all. But is it Mars Bar? At the moment, the schedule shows an entity called “Paul […]

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TD Bank Unveils Signage on the Mars Bar Gravesite

Posted February 25, 2014 at 6:05 am

There goes any glimmer of hope that Mars Bar would return to the corner of Second Avenue and East First Street. TD Bank officially planted its flag in the base of the soulless Jupiter 21 building yesterday afternoon, a year after first announcing the location. We spotted workers with blow torches ironing on the window […]

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Mars Bar Memories: The Diet Coke and Basement Dweller

Posted May 23, 2013 at 6:10 am

Hard to believe, but Mars Bar has been dead for almost two years already.

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Mars Bar Corner to Become TD Bank Branch

Last modified January 3, 2013 at 6:28 am

This shouldn’t come as any surprise to Lower East Siders, but the newly-built corner which heretofore hosted Mars Bar is to become a 4,300 square-foot bank.

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