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Elsa Celebrates Cocktails & Camaraderie In Successful Move To Cobble Hill

Too often, a beloved neighborhood establishment—one oftentimes still shining after a decade of service—falls victim to the brutal real estate market, where money and upward mobility are prided over sentiment and service. In 2014, cocktail bar Elsa was ousted from its home in the East Village, ostensibly because the landlord wanted to open their own bar (a cocktail bar named Corlear's opened in the space in 2015; it has since closed).
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