Little Branch Partners Will Open Silver Lining in Tribeca in Early May

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The historic cast-iron building that will house Silver Lining.
The historic cast-iron building that will house Silver Lining. Photo: Courtesy Silver Lining

Death & Co.’s financial district project isn’t the only haute-cocktail-bar spinoff in the works below Canal Street. Joseph Schwartz and Sasha Petraske of Little Branch are bringing another cocktail-and-jazz drinkery to 75 Murray Street. The 125-capacity boîte is slated for early May and will be housed “down a staircase” in one of the neighborhood’s historic cast-iron buildings. Like Little Branch, there’ll be a focus on classic cocktails, and Silver Lining will serve small plates to soak up the booze. Also planned: a serious music program coordinated by Little Branch’s Vito Dieterle, who will bring in some of the same jazz musicians. Dieterle stresses that it won’t be a jazz club, however. Most nights won’t have a cover, and “it’s not going to be a place where you’ll have to shut up and sit down.” And unlike Little Branch, the new joint will accept credit cards.

Little Branch Partners Will Open Silver Lining in Tribeca in Early May