Entries tagged with: Whole Earth Vegan Bakery
Back in 2007 we were worried that Whole Earth Vegan Bakery on St. Marks was facing eviction, but the East Village landmark survived, for almost another six years at least. We were bummed to just read the following on EV Grieve:
Whole Earth Bakery and Kitchen, which had been at 130 St. Mark's Place since 1991 (34 years in business total), closed for good on Dec. 29, as we first reported.The bakery and Kate's Joint in the same year.
Aside from rising rents, business had been down... and, of course, Sandy didn't help matters.
Yesterday, a worker at the store told Bill the libertarian anarchist that the space will become an Italian restaurant.
Oh, but speaking of Italian restaurants and East Village vegan establishments, I highly recommend you check out the vegan menu at John's on East 12th Street! (right next door to Angelica Kitchen which is also a great place to go.)
- Anonymous wrote: NOURY!!! THE KING OF SUPER BALLS! Always on the sugar bong!... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Jack White is slowly morphing into Glenn Danzig.... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: maybe now westerberg can sue t. petty for stealing that 'rebel w/o ... [more]
- Anon wrote: America*... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: i love how all the worst people always find god. ... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: $125 tix to see a chick who will show up hours late or not at all?!... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: eye slim two man friend shy breed drew see gloved ... [more]
- Ini Cara download software terbaru wrote: Hulala... [more]
- Viet Cong played Union Pool with Honey & PC Worship (pics). UPDATE: And Mercury Lounge too
- Jack White began tour in Austin (pics, setlists), coming to MSG with Run the Jewels this week (updated dates)
- The Sidekicks played Baby's with Roger Harvey, All Dogs and Cayetana, who covered New Order (video, pics)
- Fleetwood Mac began NYC-area run at Madison Square Garden (pics, review, video & setlist)
- Grateful Dead receive 60,000+ mail order requests for 50th Anniversary shows, move on-sale date
- So Hideous and Christopher Tignor opening night 1 of This Will Destroy You's two BV-presented Saint Vitus shows
- Hipster Runoff website is for sale. UPDATE: it sold
- an interview w/ Marky Ramone (whose autobiography is out now) --- catch him on tour
- Bonnaroo 2015 lineup (Kendrick Lamar, Mumford & Sons, My Morning Jacket, Robert Plant, Slayer, Belle & Sebastian, more)
Browse Categories (or Browse Tags)