The Salinas family promises an "exact replication."
"Our move and replication is expected to take approximately 10 weeks to complete," writes co-owner Steven Salinas.
A proper dive takes decades of stasis and neglect, but these bars are all spots to go if you just want a watering hole that's adverse to anything too fancy.
"Reset, rebuilt and refocused, The Hills NYC is here to bring back Don’s original vision of a legendary venue which showcases Rock and Roll icons and NY talent."
Now head over there right now and get a celebratory beer.
Ibiza parties, aerialists, and the new darts bar around the corner.
"We know that this is just the first step in a very long and hard David Vs. Goliath Fight."
The rickety old-timer clings to life with a number of online petitions.
It's back after 24 years, and one year on hiatus.
"The Ding has lost its lease. Victim to landlord greed, avarice, and douchebaggery."
"The neighborhood is evolving. It was just too soon to put Pink Elephant there."
Get ready for chai in your bourbon and mole in your bitters.
Plans to introduce a moratorium on liquor licenses have been proposed elsewhere.
It will be renovated and reopen as a "fabulous new Soho restaurant and bar in the spirit of the Soho institution."
It's $36, and a server drops skewered foie gras inside at the table. (There's other stuff to eat and drink, too.)
Men enjoy a nice pour of guava-flavored Alizé now and then, you know.
Expect "another five to seven locations" for New York City.