"I think we’ve broken the curse," said Dustin Cappelletto, co-owner of the forthcoming Travertine restaurant at 19 Kenmare Street, after a divided Community Board 2 narrowly voted 17 to 14 to support the eatery’s liquor license during a contentious meeting on Thursday night.
"It’s a dream come true," added his teary sister and partner, Danae Read More
Grub Street is reporting that spurned burlesque revivalist Ivan Kane has officially put his proposed nightclub space on Kenmare Street back on the market, following the local community board’s withdrawing support for the project.
According to broker James Famularo of NYCRS, the space that was to be Read More
Ivan Kane was probably wondering what happened to his old frisky-friendly hometown.
Behind his blue-tinted glasses, the sharp-dressed nightclub impresario looked out on the angry mob that had assembled against him: Graying, middle-aged, family-oriented folks, for the most part; his peers, in a sense, as well as his opponents.
They had been campaigning Read More
Grub Street is reporting that burlesque guru Ivan Kane has scrapped plans to open a New York location of his popular Forty Deuce club on Kenmare Street.
This, following the local community board's withdrawing support for the project.
Kane, who moved his family to New York while building the club, has Read More