Thursday, March 14, 2013
The new bar, owned by Mickey Krivosh and family, is slated to open its doors to the public on Friday.
The front sign is up; the stage is built; and the large doors to the spacious patio finished. Even the vintage sign from the Detroit Theatre is mounted on the wall. Vosh, the city’s newest jazz hotspot, is slated to open its doors to the public at 1414 Riverside Drive at 7 p.m. Friday. “We wanted to create a new environment to entertain blues, jazz, Motown and more,” said Mickey Krivosh, who co-owns the venue with his family. “We put a lot time and effort in here.” The 5,000-square-foot space was once the shipping and receiving portion of the cosmetics company Bonne Bell. This isn’t Krivosh’s first go-round at running a business in Lakewood. He opened Around the Corner in 1975. Last year, Krivosh and his son, Ryan, bought the Bell family’…
Friday, February 8, 2013
Owners of Around the Corner and Georgetown expected to open new music venue in the former Bonne Bell building.
The owner of two popular restaurants Around the Corner and Georgetown is planning to open another hotspot on the west end of Lakewood. This one will serve up live jazz music. Mickey Krivosh submitted plans to the city signaling the expected spring opening of Vosh, at 1414 Riverside Drive in the historic property of the Bonne Bell cosmetics company. Krivosh originally intended to name the spot Club 1006, a nod to a popular Bonne Bell cosmetics line. Last year, Krivosh and his son, Ryan, bought the Bell family’s popular Three Birds restaurant and changed the name to Georgetown. But the restaurant has kept its reputation as one of the city’s finer eateries. The city’s architectural board of review is expected to vote on the architectural …
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
New owners pay tribute to the Bell family who owned the property — including the Georgetown row houses — for generations. The new jazz club will be called Ten-O-Six.
Same food, ambience and dining experience. New name. The restaurant formerly known as Three Birds has changed its name to Georgetown, a nod to the Bell family who owned the property — including the adjacent Georgetown row houses — for generations. The new jazz club will be called Club Ten-O-Six. In another tribute to the Bell family, Ten-O-Six was the name of the Bonne Belle famous cosmetics line. New owners, father and son, Mickey and Ryan Krivosh, who also own the nearby Around the Corner, made it all official at a special event on Tuesday evening. More than 100 people turned out for the event at the restaurant at 18515 Detroit Ave. The previously owner, James Bell — who has owned the restaurant for the past eight years — sold the …
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Grand marshal recognized; several groups, organizations awarded for parade entries.
Clarification: Fourth of July Parade award winners have traditionally been recognized at the second council meeting in July. From Lakewood Spokeswoman Melissa Garrett: We want to be able to formally recognize the winners and that meeting is our first opportunity to do so. Due to City Council docket deadlines, the Fourth of July is always past that deadline so we would be unable to notify the winners and recognize them at that meeting. City council handed out a few awards Monday night for the participants in the city's Fourth of July Parade. Mickey Krivosh, owner of Three Birds and Around the Corner, was recognized as this year's grand marshal of the parade. Also, council honored five winners of the parade's contests: The Best Color Guard: …
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Neighbors, families and friends headed to the north end of Lakewood yesterday morning to catch a glimpse of floats, costumed patriots and many others involved in the popular parade.
Lakewood's Fourth of July parade stepped off to the excitement of thousands of spectators who had lined the north and south sides of Lake Road early yesterday morning. Local shop and business owners, politicians, marching bands, costumed patriots, vintage cars and red, white and blue floats were led by Around the Corner and Three Birds owner Mickey Krivosh, who served as this year's Grand Marshall. Later in the evening — following a performance by the Lakewood Project at the bandstand — an estimated 30,000 people packed Lakewood Park for a fantastic fireworks show, that lasted more than 30 minutes.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
The restaurant opens its new patio, working on adjacent jazz club.
When Mickey Krivosh and his son, Ryan, took over the popular Three Birds restaurant in April, the plans were to eventually change the name. That time has come — and the owners of the Detroit Avenue fine-dining establishment are asking for the community's input. According to cleveland.com, Mickey and Ryan Krivosh are planning a contest to select a new name for the restaurant: They are working out the details, but the contest would allow for submissions from patrons. The patron who provides the winning name would be awarded dinner for two and a bottle of wine. The contest should begin soon. Other than new patio seating and a jazz club in the works in a portion of the adjacent Bonne Bell building, there have been few changes. All of the …