Delilah- Must Visit on LES


Lower East Side has a great new addition, Delilah! Hospitality veteran Mino Habib responsible for opening quite a few successful venues as  The DL, Veranda and The Attic Rooftop is at it again.  Charming place opened this week and it is a must visit new destination for delicious food, great cocktails and late night partying.


French glass doors, communal table and exposed brick walls reflect the edgy vibe of the LES. Behind a velvet curtain is the opulent lounge with velvet DJ booth and blue plush velvet banquettes all designed by Mino Habib himself.

“Delilah is amorous, coquettish and confident woman that charms you and makes you fall in love with her personality and confidence. This is what we want our guests to feel when they come to Delilah. To fall in love with the place!” says Mino Habib.



We met mixologist Rael Petit who created Delilah’s signature cocktails and tested out more than one specialty from the menu ( don’t tell anyone). Our favorite was Rivington on Fire. I am big fan of classic cocktails so Paper Plane was my next favorite.


Executive Chef Kevin O’Connell created  a modern, cool twist on Mediterranean and Northern African cuisine served as tapas and perfect for sharing. Spicy lamb sliders and meatballs are perfect for meat lovers and there are lobster pita crisps we recommend for seafood fans.


Delilah address:   155 Rivington Street open seven days a week 4pm – 4am





Tijana Ibrahimovic

Former news anchor for Serbian National Channel RTV. Upon returning to New York, she set her goal on becoming a culture and entertainment broadcast journalist. Since, she covered red-carpets, film premiers and fashion shows for Elle Serbia, Jones Magazine, Fashion One, The Examiner, The Source, Style Music TV, Vigore! Magazine, The Stashed, The Sybarite, Fashion Reverie, The Knockturnal, Glammonitor  and Wannabe Magazine. Tijana conducted interviews with Oscar de la Renta, Betsey Johnson, Kelsey Grammar, Bette Midler, Debra Messing, Ashanti, Kelly Rutherford and many others. That is what led her to writing and producing videos to eventually forming Pop Style TV. “My intension is to investigate, bring the latest trends and introduce the industry’s rising stars from the local and international scene.” She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Theatre Management from Brooklyn College. 

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