The Bowery Kitchen Opening Next Week

Posted on: July 20th, 2012 at 6:28 am by
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Last week, the plywood shed was removed from the facade. Last night, gone was the construction paper from the windows. The Bowery Kitchen is ever closer to opening shop at 220 Bowery.

Exterior changes continued this past week with the addition of new marquee signage – red decal over mirrored backing. That in itself took a few days. By yesterday evening, the doors were ostensibly opened to the community, only traffic cones barred the entryway. One Boogie tipster ambled past and learned that the Andrea Mainardi-helmed Bowery Kitchen is expected to launch sometime next week. Apparently staff was hanging about the premises, introducing the concept to the neighborhood in no uncertain terms. So here’s a shot from sidewalk vantage point:

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