The dormant Trigger space will see new life by late summer or early fall, 2013.
The club's owners swear the will keep things on the tasteful side.
The fifteen-year-old live rock venue will shutter with a final blast on March 15.
Could it be that Old City's finally coming around?
The nightclub is trying to reinvent itself.
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In its prime, the second floor club played host to everyone from King Britt to Diplo.
Vegans occasionally dislike such jokes.
Something strange is going on in flatiron.
The new selection of cocktails includes classics, and all new originals.
They say they are investigating a "sound issue."
Nogs, hot mulled bishops, shandies, sangarees, and large-format punches grace the expansive drinks menu.
Flair bartending hasn't disappeared. It's merely retreated to the fringes, where it is still practiced by a dedicated few.
Controversial owner Steve Edelson considers a less morose paint job and beefed-up security.
No doubt the city's craft cocktail movement still has legs to stagger on, but this whole speakeasy schtick is yesterday's news.
She's been paid to appear at the opening "mega-party."