Ludlow Bar Adds Palm Trees

Posted on: November 2nd, 2011 at 6:09 am by

The forthcoming Ludlow Bar, now dubbed Ludlow Manor, at 95 Delancey (aka 93 Ludlow) is adding a twist of the tropics, presumably for its in-progress roofdeck accommodations.  Monday afternoon, the triplex tavern received a delivery of about a dozen potted palm trees (real, not plastic).  Yup, just in time for the onset of freak Nor’easters and colder weather.

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Meanwhile, the roof superstructure continues to take shape daily. Behold, the windows.  Opening date for the nightspot newcomer is still pegged at an ambiguous “soon.”  This according to workers on scene.  Official word is still mum, though.

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The new project, from the minds behind The Delancey (and Luc Carl), will hold roughly 450 people across three floors.

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