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The intimate, second floor lounge will serve decanted bottles of spirits on ceramic trays with "house-made cordials and premium mixers."
The restaurant is being ousted while landlords seek an "experiential retail" brand to take its place.
The Meatpacking super dive closes for good on Sunday.
Bet you can't guess why!
The food court-esque space also boasts fancy coffee, sushi, crepes and a very beautiful sunlit seating area.
But hey, they might serve wine!
The Long Island native was issued a desk appearance ticket.
Earlier last month, Meatpacking District meat purveyor Pat LaFrieda & Son
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