191 Chrystie Street

‘Sleep No More’ Producer Angling to Open Nightclub on Chrystie Street

Posted July 14, 2020 at 5:00 am

A producer of Sleep No More hopes to open a new nightclub on the Lower East Side. The as-yet-unnamed venue is a partnership between Arthur Karpati and Christopher Brooks, with a proposed location of 191 Chrystie Street, which, for the last few years, hosted the et al club. Application materials on file with Community Board […]

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Reader Report: Bartender Tackles Female Patron on Chrystie Street, Cops Look the Other Way

Posted August 28, 2015 at 5:18 am

Looks like the Experimental Cocktail Club will be ending on a controversial note (Et Al is taking over). A reader tipped us off to an incident that went down on Wednesday night (10:30pm) in which a female patron was allegedly manhandled and forcibly removed by a male bartender. The exact circumstances of her removal are […]

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Damion Luaiye Will Replace the Experimental Cocktail Club with ‘Et Al’ on Chrystie Street

Posted August 27, 2015 at 5:00 am

The Experimental Cocktail Club was seemingly just that. A three-year experiment. The upscale drinking den will soon conclude its three-year engagement at 191 Chrystie Street this month. Neighbors shouldn’t get too comfortable, as a replacement is already waiting in the wings. Requisite handbills announcing the liquor license application for Community Board 3 are now stapled to […]

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Sneak Peek Inside Experimental Cocktail Club

Posted March 30, 2012 at 6:18 am

It is here at 191 Chrystie Street, in the room Kush once called home, that posh French concept Experimental Cocktail Club is on the verge of opening.

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Experimental Cocktail Club Opening on Chrystie at Month’s End

Posted February 15, 2012 at 6:43 am

We figured it was time for an update on the cross-pond nightclub exchange currently in the works on Chrystie Street.

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Kush is Closed; Paris-Based Experimental Cocktail Club Coming Soon

Posted October 10, 2011 at 6:41 am

Without much of a peep, controversial fourteen-year veteran Kush Lounge closed its doors on the Lower East Side. Its replacement is not so comforting. More after the jump!

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