The Burlap Sack, of all-potato-menu fame, has closed.
Pour out some carrot-ginger dressing.
Big Nick's Burger and Pizza Joint, the Upper West Side's bastion of post-boozing burgers, subs and slices, might be forced to shutter due to a rent hike of over $200,000 a year.
Even a Kanye appearance couldn't save RYU from itself.
The old girl, which has had cameos in everything from Spider-Man to Friends, can be yours now for the low, low price of $300,000.
"Pay What You Feel" as a concept is great, and it works for some places, but sadly not all. For instance Williamsburg.
When the current cat-displacing renovations at The Algonquin Hotel are over one of the famed hotel's famous features, The Oak Room, will not be coming back.
Kenmare, which some neighbors feared was just a front for another Beatrice Inn, has closed after less than two years.
It's last call for bagels at H&H, where workers face an uncertain future and even NYC's deputy mayor is lining up for a taste.
After having its liquor license pulled by the SLA, downtown pop-up restaurant What Happens When is closing.
(via). After 22 years Gonzalez y Gonzalez, the constantly happy hour-ing
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