After working security at the exclusive Studio 54 and later reigning over his own unruly crowd at the legendarily lawless dive bar Siberia, Tracy Westmoreland isn’t the kind of guy to be intimidated by a few little raindrops.
And he expects the same waterproof attitude from his real estate partners.
“Right now, I’m Read More
Tracy Westmoreland, the actor and former operator of shuttered Hell’s Kitchen watering hole Siberia, called us to chat about his rumored return to Fox’s Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld on Thursday, Feb. 14. (Today, Page Six printed the possible reunion in their “We Hear…” item.)
As Mr. Westmoreland explained Read More
Our fellow Observer blog The Daily Transom breaks the news this afternoon that Siberia, the dive bar favored by Manhattan’s finest media, will re-open, probably in the same subterranean space on 40th Street near Ninth Avenue. Read More
Tracy Westmoreland, the boisterous actor and owner of recently-shuttered New York dive bar Siberia, just told us, exclusively, that he is going to reopen the beloved watering hole.
“Siberia has been the engine of all my good luck, so we’re going to restart the engine,” said Mr. Westmoreland today. He also told us that Read More
Presented without further comment: the four-minute preview of Jack Bryan’s documentary about erstwhile media hangout Siberia. Read More
Photo by Lonely Pamphleteer
Whether you’re a bitter media blogger, or a celebrity private intellectual, or a noted 43rd Street plagiarist, or an ex of Parker Posey, or an employee of Salon who is questioning the meaning of feminism, or even Village Voice nightlife sex dwarf Tricia Romano, the time of Read More
Around noon, the Transom received word from an unusually lucid–that is to say, awake!–Tracy Westmoreland. His beloved bar Siberia is not yet dead.
“My demise has been greatly exaggerated,” quoted the barman. “We are still open. We will be open tomorrow.”
Tomorrow, yes. But. Mr. Westmoreland confirmed that the situation between tenant and landlord–blogged yesterday Read More
When I learned that the Russian Tea Room was about to reopen earlier this month after four years as a darkened stage, I hoped for the best and expected the worst.
The six-story former brownstone on West 57th Street, wedged between Carnegie Tower and Metropolitan Tower, was purchased in 2004 for a reported $19 million Read More
DR. SELMAN: Good to see you. What’s up?
DR. SELMAN: Last time you were here, Hilly was about to go to Rome.
HILLY: It was fun! It wasn’t anything like when we went to Rome, because George wasn’t there and I was with work people, and the first couple nights we were actually Read More
We join our newly cohabitating lovebirds in the swank office of their therapist-confessor. This week, the good doctor arrives at a startling conclusion: Could the libidinous and thirsty two-some have a problem with … communication?
GEORGE: So the rent check bounced. We had a little bit of a problem with the rent. Hilly paid Read More