Milk & Honey, the cocktail lounge that helped kick off the speakeasy revival movement, is looking for a new home once again. It only just left its original tiny Lower East Side space early last year, and now it’s being shoved out of its home on 23rd Street on October 25, before the building is torn down. Founder Sasha Petraske, who started the bar almost 15 years ago, is currently looking for a new space downtown. "We hope to move the venue back to its original size, somewhere downtown, hopefully opening in February," he tells the Times.
The famed speakeasy will be homeless come late October.