The High Line area is finally getting a reasonably priced bar. It will have a 60’s vibe with original Salvador Dali paintings.
The Woodstock—appropriately named after the famous 1969 festival—is opening at 446 West 14th Street, near one of the entrances to the High Line. The restaurant and bar will seat 120 patrons, offering a seasonally rotating menu of cocktails at $10 each.
The owner of The Vnyl and The Late Late, James Morrissey, has partnered with Thor Equities’ David and Joe Sitt to bring us this groovy new bar. Formerly of SoHo House Group, Beverage Director D’Arell Miller will be creating these wonderful seasonal cocktails, like the “Electric Lady Land, made with citrus vodka, Curacao, hibiscus, lime, agave, and angostura bitters,” according to a report by Eater.
The 2016 “World Champion Pizza Maker”—and owner of Williamsburg Pizza—Nino Coniglio has been named executive chef of the restaurant, offering a classic Neapolitan thin-crust pizza with the option of adding as many toppings as you’d like.
The new space is set to open on April 4.
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