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The NYPL is considering whether to permanently close the location when its lease runs out at the end of the year. "It’s an open secret within the library system."
"I would say the invention of the Rainbow Bagel is up there in terms of very notable developments and innovations in the history of the bagel that has led it to have the cultural significance that it has today."
But the Parks Department says the restaurant "intends to reopen in the spring."
A former longtime manager of the Boat Basin confirmed the news to Gothamist.
RIP to Michael Scott's favorite NY slice.
The food hall in Downtown Brooklyn had been open since late 2018.
'We'll see you soon to say goodbye and share a good memory,' wrote the store's owner. 'Let's make this month a wake, not a funeral.'
'It's so sad, because honestly, where else do you find people who are really making [such] really natural food?'
'This marks one of the only instances in which gentrification of the East Village will do something positive for the neighborhood.'
We'll always have (the memories of) their addictive carrot-ginger dressing.
The 100-year-old bookstore's lease is up in January, and it is going to have to leave the space due to rent hikes—the owners hope they can find a smaller space to move.
'After almost 15 amazing years, Videology will be closing its doors for the last time on October 27th.'
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