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The boozy rat, clinging a bottle of Hennessy, is now an NYC icon.
Burt Reynolds, the fun-loving and effortlessly charismatic star of such films as 'Boogie Nights,' 'Deliverance,' and 'Smokey and the Bandit,' has died.
The shutter has nothing to do with a rapacious landlord; rather, the tastes of the neighborhood have changed.
The beloved SF transplant and local bar will serve its last sausage on Sunday, September 17th.
Say farewell to the city's best brunch.
The Long Island transplant had operated on Avenue B since 2003.
The influential beer and cider bar quietly closed its doors earlier this summer citing renovations, but unless someone provide financial support, the shutter will be permanent.
The restaurant's Twitter account says it has six months left in Jackson Heights.
Ownership says they'll spend a month revamping the space before reopening as a new concept.
The sports bar, located in the wedge of land between 7th Avenue and West 4th and West 10th Streets, will close August 31st.
The lease is reportedly up, but the restaurant has apparently been struggling.
Experts predict the area will soon become a "food desert" with limited dining options.
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