One Mile House Reveals Itself at 10 Delancey

Posted on: November 30th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

The seismic shift from commercial neon supplier (i.e. AA Awning & Sign) to One Mile House debauchery is nearly complete at 10 Delancey Street. We’ve been monitoring the situation fairly closely since our last progress report in early November, and noticed advancements toward the finish line have been seemingly speedy. The exterior was finalized and concrete poured for the ADA-compliant entrance ramp.

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Over the weekend, the last of the plywood was finally pried from the facade for the big reveal. From outside the storefront takes on the typical tavern-like feel with blueish paint-job and dual orb-lamps affixed to the doorposts. Contractors failed to obscure the windows, so we also had an unfettered look inside. We see a split space defined by tiled floors, hanging neighborhood ephemera, and bars on either side of a middle wall. No word yet on exact opening date, but the website is already boasting a menu for the masses.

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Scope it out:

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As previously mentioned, One Mile House is a marriage of sorts between two nightlife heavyweights.  Martin and Mark Whelan (Stout, St. Andrews, Maggie’s Place) joined forces with Michael Winsch (Bowery Ballroom).

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