M. Katz & Sons Furniture

MOSCOT “Living History” Frames to Celebrate Lower East Side Scions

Posted July 31, 2012 at 6:09 am

MOSCOT has a new line of frames lined up for a fall release that celebrates Lower East Side history. A mom-and-pop fixture itself, the fourth-generation mainstay is paying homage to the local movers and shakers that help make the neighborhood tick.

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Beauty & Essex to Open December 11

Posted November 29, 2010 at 3:01 pm

We’ve been watching the progress at the old M. Katz & Sons Furniture depot for awhile.  Each week brought newer developments at 146 Essex Street, such as the gradual removal of the classic signage, the installation of an all-glass facade, or job listings.  Now five months along, Beauty & Essex has reached full term.  Over […]

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Chris Santos: Beauty and Essex Menu Update

Posted September 23, 2010 at 9:02 am

More details are coming to light regarding Beauty and Essex, the tremendous new upscale eatery at 146 Essex Street.  Last night, Chef Chris Santos relayed a menu update to all his faithful twitter followers. Forty new dishes?

White Furniture to Leave 149 Essex

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am

Just across the street from M. Katz & Sons (soon to be a Chris Santos eatery), another furniture store seems poised to move away from Essex Street.  The recent advent of a leasing sign in the window of 149 Essex doesn’t bode well for the fate of this White Furniture outpost.

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Chris Santos Chooses 146 Essex for New Restaurant

Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:14 am

Boogie commenter Pete helps us piece together the location of Chris Santos’ latest nightlife venture.  It appears as though the Stanton Social owner chose the old M. Katz & Sons real estate at 146 Essex Street, which is currently undergoing the necessary renovations.

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M. Katz & Sons’ Former Essex Street Home to Become Restaurant?

Posted June 21, 2010 at 6:34 am

Within the last couple weeks a fresh sidewalk shed was erected at the entrance of 146 Essex Street.  This was the home of M. Katz & Sons Furniture for over five decades.  No longer.  Word on the street is that a new restaurant will be opening here.

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