Mi Pueblo Grocery

On Allen Street, the Red Mango that Wasn’t

Posted October 8, 2018 at 5:00 am

The Red Mango at the southwest corner of Allen and Rivington Streets remains a reminder of failed fro-yo. This corner treats shop has been dormant since its closure in September 2015. More remarkable is that the kitchen equipment and random appliances are still intact, despite the recent removal of branded signage and the surviving window […]

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Red Mango Now Open at 145 Allen

Posted March 14, 2011 at 6:09 am

Red Mango officially opened its first Lower East Side location on Saturday afternoon.

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Red Mango at 145 Allen Now with Signage

Posted February 24, 2011 at 6:39 am

Red Mango has officially planted its flag at 145 Allen Street. Details after the jump!

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Red Mango at 145 Allen Glassed

Posted January 7, 2011 at 6:09 am

It’s full steam ahead, and the memory of Mi Pueblo Grocery is but a speck in the proverbial rear-view mirror. Ever since Red Mango first announced its lust for 145 Allen Street, the property has quietly upgraded its facilities.  There had been occasions when the sidewalk access doors were propped open with a lone worker […]

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Coming Soon: Red Mango at 145 Allen Street

Last modified January 6, 2011 at 4:57 pm

Looks like the Lower East Side might soon become the next staging ground for an epic fro-yo battle.  First to enter the local arena is Red Mango. It does so after having lost footholds in Greenwich Village and on St. Mark’s Place.  But we shouldn’t count out the competition – Pinkberry and 16 Handles might […]

Mi Pueblo is Back

Last modified October 3, 2010 at 8:59 pm

After a brief encounter with the law, Mi Pueblo Grocery at 145 “Alln” Street is back in business. Be sure to stop in and pick up a “sandwish.” All joking aside, though, we welcome their return. Related Reading: Deli Downer [Bowery Boogie]

Deli Downer

Last modified October 3, 2010 at 8:58 pm

Over the weekend, we received intel that the Mi Pueblo bodega at 145 Allen was recently shut down by court order. Conclusive details on the closure are rather scant, with no on-site clues to its demise. And phone calls to the number listed go unanswered. However, our reader believes the cause was “selling stolen property.” […]