Juliet Supperclub, the Chelsea nightclub where people allegedly keep getting murdered, and that was slapped with an eviction notice by its landlord, will close until a later court date. The club happens to sit across the street from several of New York’s biggest and most revered galleries (Gladstone, Paula Cooper, Gagosian and others). The news comes from The Real Deal, who have been all over this story since the beginning.
The club was set for a Thursday court date regarding the eviction notice, but the case was adjourned and the club has agreed to remain closed, according to an anonymous source quoted in The Real Deal story. In September, a man was found stabbed to death outside the Chelsea hotspot. In November, a patron was killed and two more injured in a shooting at the space.
Calls to the club lead to a voicemail message: “As of January 1st 2012, we will be closed for the entire month of January for renovations.”
So: rest easy Barbara Gladstone!