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Bricia in 2018

Clancey Expands on Clinton Street with New Biggie’s Cafe

Posted March 12, 2020 at 5:04 am

The team behind three-year-old Clancey on Clinton Street is readying a new cafe just a few paces north. Dubbed Biggie’s Cafe, the establishment takes over 79 Clinton Street. Expect another casual eatery similar to its failed predecessors. Our request for comment on menu and opening date was not immediately returned. Recall that this cornershop formerly […]

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Bricia in 2018

Marshal Seizes Year-Old ‘Bricia Cafe’ on Clinton Street

Posted August 28, 2019 at 5:04 am

In news that shouldn’t quite surprise, Bricia Cafe, situated at the southwest corner of Clinton and Rivington Streets is kaput. It lasted one year. Like many new establishments in the neighborhood, Bricia spent more time behind the boards than in business. Its branded canopy teased an opening that didn’t arrive until a year after installation […]

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Bricia in 2018

One Year Later, Bricia Cafe Finally Opens on Rivington Street

Posted August 29, 2018 at 5:04 am

It was a year of faded signs and promises. Indeed, despite the arrival of branded awning and “coming soon” announcements at the corner of Clinton and Rivington Streets, Bricia cafe had been notably silent. That’s all at an end, though. The Italian cafe is finally open to the public, having debuted at 79 Clinton yesterday […]

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‘Marm Cafe’ on Clinton Street is Kaput, Transitions to ‘Bricia’

Posted September 20, 2017 at 5:14 am

The end of the road is here for Marm Cafe. The three-year-old corner establishment at 79 Clinton Street hasn’t been open since at least mid-August, its fate finally sealed this week with those brown paper shades. We communicated with ownership via email several weeks ago and were told that the cafe was actually on holiday. […]

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‘Marm Cafe’ Opening in Falai Panetteria Space on Clinton Street

Posted February 21, 2014 at 9:00 am

Falai Panetteria was a Lower East Side fixture that held court for roughly six years at 79 Clinton Street. It sat catty-corner to the original. Yet the cafe fell on hard times toward the end of 2011, and eventually closed. There was even a short-lived reboot a few months later, but that didn’t hold much […]

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