Blue Ribbon Brasserie Is Undergoing Renovations

Blue Ribbon Brasserie, also known as my favorite restaurant ever, is undergoing renovations today and tomorrow and will re-open Wednesday, August 24, 2016. The bar will be totally re-vamped (not moved) and seems like the chairs and seating might be upholstered: Located on Sullivan Street at the convergence of the West Village and SoHo, Blue […]

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Creatures Of Comfort Sample Sale At 482 Broome

Just passed the Creatures of Comfort Sample Sale happening now at 482 Broome Street in Soho.   Creatures of Comfort is a New York-based fashion and lifestyle brand with an eponymous collection and multi-line boutiques in New York and Los Angeles. Do you have more information such as price points?  Email me at Danielle@sohostrut.com

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Amazon’s Mozart In The Jungle Filming New Season In Soho!

I binge watched the first two season of Mozart In The Jungle and it was exciting to walk down Mercer Street on Monday to see trucks outside filming the third season in ‘my hood’! The “JUNGLE” that is referenced is NYC. As Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” opens, Maestro Thomas takes his final bow with […]

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The Many Faces Of Co-Working Spaces In Soho!

Soho Strut has partnered with Kin Spaces to organize & promote their launch event in Soho!  On Thursday, September 14th from 6-9pm at 442 Broadway, join us for a loft party with open bar & DJ as well as exclusive offers on co-working space.  Tickets are $20 – RSVP: NextOfKin.Splashthat.com Soho is also known as “Silicon […]

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Join Soho Strut x Kiehl’s Nolita As We Raise Awareness For AID’s Research.

Join Soho Strut x Kiehl’s Nolita as we raise awareness for AID’s Research.  15% off your Purchase August 6th-8th In Store! Don’t Miss out! Also, be the first to reserve Kiehl’s 6.8oz Limited Edition Hand Salve before they sell out again! Enjoy a complimentary seated Healthy Skin Consultation to personalize your skincare, raffles to win […]

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Guaca-What? Hang Out At Dos Caminos Soho Tonight from 4-6PM For Free Guacamole!

Dos Caminos let me know they are offering free guacamole tonight from 4-6pm.  They are launching a new catch-phrase “Guactailing” which means drinking a cocktail while eating chips & guac. They just released a new menu with three new guacamole flavors! La Flaca: watermelon, ginger, mint, queso fresco and cucumber chips. Langosta: steamed Maine lobster, grilled […]

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You Can Now Get La Colombe Coffee At 5 Places ON THE SAME BLOCK!

Todd Carmichel, the founder of La Colombe, is a GENIUS.  By working with local cafe’s and coffee shops, La Colombe coffee has a monopoly in Soho. With a recent investment from Chobani (rumors of a $28M investment last year that Chobani’s founder Hamdi Ulukaya is the sole investor) La Colombe has been expanding all over […]

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Pirch Quickly Became One Of My Favorite Stores In Soho

There have been several articles published over the past few weeks about Pirch and I hesitated visiting because no one reached out from their PR department inviting me to their store opening event.  Over the weekend, I ended up buckling and was pleasantly greeted by an associate who offered a variety of beverages from iced […]

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Re-Cap Of April’s SoHo Salon Featuring Sara Garden Armstrong

Dianne Mendez (Mendez SoHo), Dan Schneider, and myself host monthly Soho art salons! Yesterday, we hosted over 40 participants at April’s SoHo Salon featuring Sara Garden Armstrong. Here are a few pictures from the event:                    In case you missed the March Salon featuring artist, Emily Fuller, here is a link […]

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Balmain Soho Opened At 100 Wooster Street

MODE reported the Balmain opening would be one of “New York’s 7 Most Eagerly Anticipated New Stores In 2015”.  A few months & delays later, Fashion Week Daily reported that Balmain opened at 100 Wooster Street this past week. Here is a “before” photo: Here is the “after”: Balmain is a haute French couture fashion house that was founded […]

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Why An A.I.R. Building Is Unique To Soho

Soho was built as a manufacturing district in the early 1900’s liked with tenement housing on the north, east and west.  While manufacturing eventually moved out, uptown, and overseas, many of these buildings remained vacant throughout the 1940’s and 1950’s. Donald Judd paved the way for many artists in the 1960’s and 1970’s to move […]

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Rapha Cycle Club Is Open at 159 Prince (The Old Cafe Borgia)

After unsuccessfully finding seats at Once Upon A Tart (packed!) and Olives (closed!) this morning, I walked to Chobani, but halfway there, saw the retail space that used to be Cafe Borgia was now a cycle club called Rapha. Rapha sells all types of gear for outdoor cyclists.  There is a coffee station that also […]

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