East and West Wellness Heads South

I can’t remember who wrote in the comments a while back about the good experience that they had at East and West Wellness on Clark Street, but based on the signs on the door, I hope that person is doing OK…

Seen on Wednesday evening:


Seen on Thursday morning:



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  • CassieVonMontague

    What’s the full story on this space? I heard Tazza tried to expand and get a liquor license, but the neighborhood didn’t want liquor served across from the student housing. Why did Tazza go out if business?

  • http://www.yotamzohar.com StudioBrooklyn

    Ozu, Iron Chef, Sushi Gallery, all sell alcohol. Michael Towne, Gristedes, and the “bodega” (yes it’s a gd bodega) all sell alcohol. Was this really the neighborhood’s reasoning?

  • Andrew Porter

    A food store selling beer or a liquor store cannot be compared with a restaurant serving alcohol for on-premises consumption.

    Your comment does not address the question of what exactly happened to cause the DOB to issue their order.

  • http://www.yotamzohar.com StudioBrooklyn

    My comment was solely in response to “he neighborhood didn’t want liquor served across from the student housing”. I have no idea (and frankly, very little interest) about what’s going on with Tazza and the DOB.

  • Andrew Porter

    I suspect when CassieVon… wrote “the neighborhood” the actual refusal was from the Community Board or the State Liquor Authority.

    I don’t drink, don’t care.

  • http://www.yotamzohar.com StudioBrooklyn

    Still curious considering the other local businesses on that block that serve or sell alcohol.