Thursday, March 12, 2015

La Jumelle, SOHO, NYC. (R.I.P.)

In 1991, New York Magazine described the crowd as "downtown youths dressed as ragamuffins (that) look decidedly at home in the deliberately dumpy La Jumelle, with rather cheap bistro fare chalked on a blackboard - good cassoulet, streak frites, chicken with mustard sauce, a familiar dril". New York Magazine went further in May of 1994, including the space in an article called "Shadowing Kate Moss" mentioning that "eating is not the point at Lucky Strike, or La Jumelle, or Jour et Nuit or Felix". Other publications referred to its "late-night motorcycle gang revelry".

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