Paloma Rocket

‘Pause Cafe’ Expands After 7 Years on Clinton Street

Posted March 7, 2018 at 5:05 am

Press play, because Pause Cafe just expanded in a big way. The seven-year-old Moroccan-style coffee shop unveiled a larger location mere paces from the original Clinton Street storefront. Indeed, ownership chose to take over the store space left vacant by Paloma Rocket in July 2017, and nearly tripled its footprint. The retail turnaround here was […]

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Self-Serve Beer Shop ‘Paloma Rocket’ Taps out, Seeks East Village Revival

Posted July 6, 2017 at 5:16 am

Paloma Rocket is grounded. The self-serve beer outpost tapped out a couple weeks ago, thus ending a year-long jaunt at 7 Clinton Street. Paloma Rocket launched in April 2016, more than a year after the concept was first announced. Armed with an in-your-face James Bond theme, the craft beer bar offered thirty rotating beers on tap, […]

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‘Paloma Rocket’ Self-Serve Craft Beer Shop Opens on Clinton Street Next Week

Posted March 31, 2016 at 5:00 am

Get the growlers ready. Already some two years in the making, Paloma Rocket is ever closer to launching at 7 Clinton Street. The paper curtains are down at the forthcoming craft beer shop, but teaser signage remains in the windows. Behind the glass, however, the guts of the establishment are now clearly visible. It appears […]

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Checking in with Paloma Rocket, the Forthcoming Craft Beer Shop on Clinton Street

Posted January 27, 2016 at 5:18 am

Residents of Clinton Street are probably wondering what’s up with Paloma Rocket. That’s the new beer shop slated to open in the space Little Laptop Shop previously called home. Time for an update. Paloma Rocket has been under construction at 7 Clinton Street since at least December 2014, yet it wasn’t until last July that […]

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‘Paloma Rocket’ Craft Beer Shop Opening Soon at 7 Clinton Street

Posted July 13, 2015 at 9:27 am

The Little Laptop Shop ran its course on Clinton Street, having offered computer repairs to Lower East Siders for over five years (but twelve years downtown overall). First at number 9, then to the larger space a few paces north. Proprietor David Bensinger decided to close the shop last October because, in the current repair […]

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