Lowlife

‘Colors’ of NoHo to Brighten Cursed Stanton Street Space

Posted January 6, 2017 at 5:12 am

The cursed Lowlife of Stanton Street will soon get another. Restaurant, that is. Word came down the pike this week that Colors is moving from its NoHo outpost on Lafayette Street to the Lower East Side. The establishment is taking up residence at 178 Stanton Street on February 13 (in time for Valentine’s Day), according […]

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Cursed ‘Lowlife’ Space On Stanton Street Hits the Market Again

Posted October 26, 2016 at 5:04 am

The curse of 178 Stanton Street certainly is alive and well. In the four years prior, three different bar-restaurants tried to make a go of it, all failing in short order. The latest, Lowlife, shuttered back in June after a six month run; it was preceded by the Moldy Fig (d. February 2012) and Stanton Kitchen […]

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‘Lowlife’ Fails After Six Months on Stanton Street

Posted June 1, 2016 at 5:17 am

It’s safe to say that 178 Stanton Street is now on the list of Lower East side cursed spaces. Lowlife, the concept-driven establishment based loosely on the book of same name by Luc Sante, unexpectedly shuttered on Friday after a paltry six months in business. Just as everyone was leaving town for the holiday. The […]

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‘Lowlife’ Bringing High Dining to Stanton Street Next Week

Posted November 12, 2015 at 5:11 am

At the intersection of “casual fine dining,” New Order, and Luc Sante is a new Lower East Side restaurant. Lowlife, like the historical account and album of same, is on the precipice of opening at 178 Stanton Street. Build-out has been rather fierce of late, and looks to be in the final stage. Expect an […]

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