The newly minted Le Baron hosted its smoky, leather-clad Concert Series kickoff party last night with HeartsRevolution. Unless you've been living down in the dungeons of the New York City subway system, you know Le Baron is the new Le hot spot. For those of you who missed the party, or simply couldn't get past the velvet rope, here's what went down in Andre Saraiva's Mulberry street bailiwick...
Le Baron "Encore!" Concert Series Launch
When Mon, February 6,11pm - 4am
Where: Le Baron
The newly opened hotspot by Andre Saraiva, Le Baron, is launching a concert series called, "Encore!" Kicking off with a show by HeartsRevolution. The evening is sponsored by Absolut and Spin magazine. We recommend getting there early --this is probably the the toughest door in NYC right now.
After receiving their liquor license approval just over 2 weeks ago, Le Baron, the much anticipated club from French nightlife mogul, Andre Saraiva, officially swung open its doors this past Friday. After two years of speculation, Le Baron, located at 22 Mulberry is a reality.
This is the 4th installment of the club which already has three ultra exclusive sister locations in Paris, London, and Tokyo. The project has been in the works since March 2010, and eager New Yorker's have been following all its rumors, trials and tribulations.
Le Baron, the much anticipated club from French nightlife mogul, Andre Saraiva, has jumped the final hurdle with the approval of a liquor license. Finally! After 22 months of speculation, Le Baron, located at 22 Mulberry will become a reality in 2012. This is the 3rd installment of the club which already has three ultra exclusive sister locations in Paris, London, and Tokyo. The project has been in the works since March 2010, and eager New Yorker's have been following all its rumors, trials and tribulations.
After a false alarm that the club would open in October 2010, updates on the status of the venue have been few and far between, leaving patrons wondering if it would ever open.
With Mr. Saraiva reportedly spending time relaxing in France with his lady friends, some presumed the project was dead in the water. Until today. Eater reported:
"The liquor license for Andre Saraiva’s nightclub has finally been approved by the State Liquor Authority, clearing the final hurdle for the club to open. No word on the exact opening date, but the hipsterati are already clamoring for it to open as soon as possible. It took almost 22 months from the time the project was announced for the place to clear all of the necessary hurdles, and from what we hear, expect the new three story Le Baron to offer the tightest door since the Beatrice in its heyday."
Now, the question is, when will it really open?