Lost Weekend NYC

‘Korean Elixirs’ to Replace Coffee at Former Lost Weekend on Orchard Street

Posted May 4, 2018 at 5:00 am

Orchard Street surf-style coffee shop, Lost Weekend, shuttered in February 2016. Its old storefront has been on the market ever since without any bites. That will soon change, though. In recent weeks, we’ve seen suitors (in suits) checking out the glass box commercial unit. The uptick in activity ultimately yielded the arrival of something tentatively […]

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Georgia Vintage Boutique Shutters, Pintail Coffee Kiosk Moves in with the Fat Radish

Posted December 19, 2016 at 5:04 am

The Georgia Vintage fashion boutique at 27 Orchard Street shuttered earlier this month. Goods are gone and red pineapple pried from the marquee, replaced instead with token tombstone leasing signage. It was a two-and-a-half-year retail tenancy that concluded with a purported lost lease. Their departure also forced Pintail Coffee, the surf-style successor to Lost Weekend, to relocate. […]

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Former Lost Weekend Owner Debuts ‘Pintail Coffee’ Counter at Orchard Street Boutique

Posted April 11, 2016 at 5:00 am

Despite the proverbial wipeout, former Lost Weekend proprietor Michael Little is getting back up, so to speak. He’s headed just a couple blocks south to open another surf-style coffee shop, albeit on a much smaller scale. This time piggybacking off a popular neighborhood boutique. Meet Pintail Coffee, now serving in the front entrance of Georgia’s Vintage at […]

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Former Lost Weekend Coffee Spot on Orchard Street Now Asking $9K Rent

Posted March 9, 2016 at 5:14 am

​It’s a somber sight at 45 Orchard Street, the former home of Lost Weekend, the local surf-style coffee shop. Brown butcher paper was removed from the windows, branding scraped, and tombstone leasing sign placed front-and-center. With Lost Weekend gone, the commercial rent was jacked. The 750 square-foot space is now on the market – via […]

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Lost Weekend Coffee Shop Closes Down After 5 Years on Orchard Street

Posted February 1, 2016 at 5:10 am

It was a Lost Weekend for the brand. Permanently. As expected, Lost Weekend shuttered after five years on Orchard Street. Coffee shop owner Michael Little packed up the surf boards and equipment for the last time, emptying the premises for good over the weekend. Obligatory paper window treatments are firmly in place with a spray-painted […]

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Lost Weekend Ending Orchard Street Residency Next Week After 5-Year Run

Last modified January 26, 2016 at 3:20 pm

  Caffeine junkies in the Lower East Side gallery district are in mourning. Popular surf-friendly coffee shop, Lost Weekend, will officially close its doors at the end of the month. Thus caps five years of business at 45 Orchard Street. From what we understand, the lease on the space is concluding, and owner Mike Little […]

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Hanksy Haters Hit the Lower East Side

Posted March 3, 2014 at 6:11 am

Hanksy haters are starting to make themselves known around the Lower East Side. Over the weekend, we spotted several leaflets that subtly rail against the street artist and his prolific output of pop-culture puns. The flyers carry a simple, self-explanatory message – “No thanksy” – alongside a mockup of a teary-eyed Tom Hanks with the […]

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Luxurious 45 Orchard Street Listed for $16.95M

Posted October 7, 2013 at 6:10 am

The gallery row of lower Orchard Street is pimping one of its own on the open market. Massey Knakal just listed the seven-story (plus mezzanine) elevator building at 43-45 Orchard for $16.95 million. For that coin, you’ll receive thirteen market-rate apartment units (3BR and 4BR) and the retail space currently leased by Lost Weekend. Broker literature […]

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Hanksy’s ‘Great Gatspee’ Pokes Fun at Leonardo DiCaprio

Posted May 7, 2013 at 6:51 am

Hanksy just bombed the bathroom at Lost Weekend on Orchard Street.

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Lost Weekend’s Rockaway Relief Efforts [PHOTOS]

Last modified November 6, 2012 at 7:46 am

Lost Weekend at 45 Orchard Street helped organize a “Rockaway Relief Effort” over the last few days to support the battered beachfront community.

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