Paul Seres

Delilah is Donezo: Rivington Street Club is Getting Auctioned off Today

Posted January 25, 2018 at 9:39 am

This morning, some news that neighbors might relish. It would appear that the closure of Delilah on Rivington Street is permanent. An auction of its furnishings is set for later this afternoon. Thus caps a tumultuous few weeks for the controversial, year-old nightclub. The downward spiral started with the slashing of three patrons outside Delilah […]

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A Bouncer at The DL was Assaulted by Ejected Patron

Posted January 9, 2018 at 9:48 am

Down at The DL early Saturday morning, a bouncer guarding the door was assaulted by a patron, police said. The security guard escorted a drunk man from the premises (for reasons unknown) shortly after 1am and told him not to come back. This didn’t sit well, and the perp, described as a white man wearing […]

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After Violent Weekend, ‘Delilah’ on Rivington Street is Raided in Multi-Agency Sting

Posted January 4, 2018 at 5:00 am

Delilah on Rivington Street was raided last night in a multi-agency sting stemming from a weekend of violence and rowdy crowds. As part of the raid (aka M.A.R.C.H.), the State Liquor Authority, the NYPD Vice Unit, and members of the nascent 7th Precinct NCO program descended upon 155 Rivington Street and shut the year-old place […]

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Are Days Numbered for The DL Nightclub on Delancey Street?

Last modified October 6, 2017 at 10:19 am

Looks like The DL – that five-year-old scourge of the Lower East Side – might be on some shaky ground. And on the defensive. Its liquor license is in a state of purgatory, having (technically) expired on September 30. Pending charges against the owners have temporarily blocked the renewal efforts. The club remains operational, though, […]

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Rumor: Hell Square Operator Paul Seres Seeks ‘Night Mayor’ Position

Last modified April 22, 2018 at 6:26 pm

Mayor de Blasio last Tuesday evening signed the bill into law that creates the controversial Office of Nightlife, a bureau charged with helping the city’s nightlife industry grow while managing various community concerns. “The office will be led — I’m not going to announce any names yet, there is a massive competition going in — […]

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Another Brawl outside The DL Engulfed Ludlow Street Last Night [VIDEO]

Last modified April 24, 2017 at 5:37 pm

It’s painfully clear that The DL, reigning supreme as one of the Lower East Side’s worst nightlife offenders, still cannot control its crowds. Another brawl erupted last night shortly after 11pm, during one of its Sunday night events. If you’re keeping score, this incident transpired exactly one year after another such fight spilled from the establishment and […]

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The St. Jerome’s Replacement, Delilah, Opens on Rivington Street this Week

Last modified November 15, 2016 at 11:23 am

Last week, we first reported that the former St. Jerome’s/Rivington F+B on Rivington Street had been replaced by an upscale cocktail den called Delilah. Its conversion was done under secrecy and behind a veil of plywood. Now comes word that the establishment will open at 155 Rivington Street later this week. The Post gnaws on […]

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St. Jerome’s on Rivington Street is Dead, for Real This Time

Posted August 26, 2016 at 5:09 am

Okay, so now it’s really happened. Again. The reincarnated St. Jerome’s on Rivington Street – also known as Rivington F+B – is officially kaput. This past Wednesday was its final night in business. The gates are now shuttered for good, capping a decade (including a year-long hiatus) for the establishment. The closure follows two months […]

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Watch the Shocking Brawl at The DL that Engulfed Ludlow Street [VIDEO]

Last modified May 4, 2016 at 9:32 am

​In case you really needed more evidence that The DL is a stain on the Lower East Side, peep the enclosed surveillance and eyewitness footage from a couple weeks ago. You may have heard about the violent street brawl outside 93 Ludlow Street, captured by camera on April 17, in which patrons fought with security […]

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Neighbors Contend The DL Operates Illegally by Hosting Lucky Cheng’s; Backlash Against Proposed Sidewalk Cafe

Posted March 16, 2015 at 5:14 am

Lucky Cheng’s became a refugee after its brief Times Square stint fizzled. The DL came to the rescue last year and installed the cabaret – most popular for bachelorette parties – on the second floor of the club complex. It even commands its own entrance around the corner at 93 Ludlow, and will likely remain […]

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