A spate of uptown closings.
Oakland: Citron, the venerable Rockridge white-tablecloth bistro opened by Craig Thomas in the early 90s and taken over by Chris Rossi, is closed, ladies and gentlemen. Let's watch how fast that prime location gets snapped up. (P.S. Craig moved on...
Culver City has a new sandwich shop and a 25-year old restaurant closes near UCLA.
Not two years after the "celebrity hangout" closed in the Village, its Upper West Side location seems to be a goner too.
The Planning Commission may still not give approvals for the project until summer.
The Vietnamese-sandwich chain may close its East Village location, but plans to open one in the financial district.
The Salem Finz remains open, but the Dedham outpost has joined the list of the departed.
One of the Upper West Side's finer restaurants is done for.
That lawsuit with Trader Joe's didn't help matters.
A canteen for frat boys shutters in Hollywood while Strawberry Cones comes to the Valley.
Villa Marina Marketplace loses a healthy bite to eat.
Could this be our last moment of appreciation for the Spicy Rizzak?
Taishan's second location in the Outer Richmond shuttered to make way for Hakka a month or so ago.
The Papaya King on 14th Street meets its end via bagel store.