Eldridge Street

Val Kilmer has an Art Show at the Woodward Gallery on Eldridge Street this Weekend

Posted May 17, 2017 at 5:04 am

The Iceman himself will (probably) be on the Lower East Side this weekend. Indulging his off-screen passion, actor Val Kilmer on Saturday will star in a new art exhibit at the Woodward Gallery Windows space on Eldridge Street. The installation, dubbed “VALHOLLA,” is the New York City art scene debut for the onetime Batman. The project […]

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‘Sushi on Jones’ and ‘Bar Uchu’ Officially Part Ways with Chef Bouhadana

Posted May 10, 2017 at 5:03 am

The “Ungloved One,” Chef David Bouhadana, is no longer part of the equation at both Sushi on Jones and Bar Uchu on Eldridge Street. There was some sort of falling out with business owner Derek Feldman, who was quick to correct that the two recently “dissolved” their relationship. Bouhadana is erased from these projects. “We have decided to […]

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‘Sensei’ Art Bar Moves to Street Level on Eldridge and Seeks Full Liquor License

Posted May 9, 2017 at 5:04 am

Neighbors weary of a so-called “Hell Square South” at the nexus of Eldridge and Broome Streets are in for another potential scare. We’re already fielding concerns from those fearing another bait-and-switch at 135-137 Eldridge Street where an “art bar” is taking hold. One Joseph Latimore is moving his second-floor art bar, Sensei, from 278 Grand […]

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‘Uchu’ Sushi Bar Should Open on Eldridge Street in 2 Weeks [Updated]

Last modified May 9, 2017 at 11:31 am

It’s time to revisit Sushi Bouhadana, now known as Uchu, the Eldridge Street omakase and whiskey lounge in the works by the (ungloved) hand of Sushi Dojo vet David Bouhadana. He and partner Derek Feldman purchased the remainder of the lease and other assets from Apizz, which shuttered in February 2016. Update: we are told […]

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This is What the Eldridge Street Synagogue Looked Like Before its 20-year Restoration [PHOTOS]

Posted May 4, 2017 at 5:12 am

“It was as though the synagogue was held up by strings from heaven.” —Roberta Brandes Gratz, founder of the Eldridge Street Project Ten years have elapsed since the Eldridge Street Synagogue reopened in spectacular fashion. Hard to believe. The Lower East Side landmark, situated at the bottom of its namesake street, spent the prior two […]

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Sky High with the Eldridge Street Synagogue ‘Oculus’ Window Restoration [PHOTOS]

Posted March 13, 2017 at 9:45 am

The sky-high stained-glass window piercing the star-stamped ceiling of the Eldridge Street Synagogue is undergoing a full restoration. We’re told that the decorative glass of the so-called “Oculus” – an original relic dating back to 1887 – had dislodged from its lead frame that kept it in place all these years. Each section was then […]

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‘Lena Coffee’ Spinoff will Open at Gentrified 135 Eldridge Street 

Posted March 10, 2017 at 5:00 am

Now that 135 Eldridge Street is sufficiently upscaled (nay, gentrified), the mess of scaffolding and construction materials is gone from the block. In its place, posters advertising the remodeled retail units for suitors more befitting the “new” Lower East Side. And the first taker is here. In due course, the Greenwich Village-based Lena Coffee will […]

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The Flower Shop Nightspot Debuts on Eldridge Street

Posted March 3, 2017 at 5:09 am

If the nebulous “elevated gastropub” is your thing, then The Flower Shop is for you. The bi-level club-steraunt just opened on Eldridge Street this week. The eatery, helmed by chef Michael Hamilton, hosts dinner service on the first floor, while the “kids” can play in the basement “rec room” with its TVs, billiards, and a “sunken […]

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Woodward Gallery Closed its Primary Eldridge Street Showroom After a Decade on the Block

Last modified February 28, 2017 at 3:33 pm

More than a decade since arriving on the Lower East Side, the Woodward Gallery recently departed its longtime headquarters at 133 Eldridge Street. Now painted with a fresh coat of fire engine red. Since its closure, a simple sign dangling from the roll-down gates advertised the 5,000 square-foot space as available for gallery uses beginning March 1. […]

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The Flower Shop Reveals itself on Eldridge Street

Posted February 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

In the works for almost a year, trendy Eldridge Street hang, The Flower Shop, is nearing completion. Ever so slowly. The plywood shed, which had been attached to the exterior since the fall, was detached last week. The Flower Shop is already three months delayed, though, initially pegged for a fall debut. Indeed, the New […]

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