Cochinita Dos to Open Lower East Side Outpost at 49 Canal

Posted on: March 4th, 2014 at 6:04 am by
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The easternmost sliver of Canal Street is truly starting to pop. While the Jarmulowsky Bank awaits its glorious return as an upscale Ace-managed hotel, its surroundings continue to follow suit. Catty corner to the iconic structure, a new Mexican joint is planned. One with ties to Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.

49 Canal Street, formerly Overseas Taste, was previously eyed by a group who wanted to continue the tradition of Malaysian cuisine at this address. It appears those plans fizzled. Up next is Cochinita Dos, the second iteration of the Brooklyn-based endeavor. According to paperwork submitted to Community Board 3, the applicant, Adam Frank, seeks a full liquor license, albeit limited to a service bar.

The proposal includes three tables with room for approximately thirty patrons. Hours sought are 10am-1am, all week. Frank will appear before CB3 next Monday to obtain permission to serve libations.

Cochinita Dos is the second applicant for 49 Canal Street in under two years.

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Photo: Community Board 3

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