The chain has closed all its remaining locations.
Jackson Heights is losing an iconic supper club.
The monthly series is finished after only one residency.
Goodbye (for now) Catch, hello Parsons Table.
An icon of 50's signage and 24/7 breakfasts can't handle the increased rent.
Lulu Petite and Tsar Nicolai Caviar didn't leave willingly; their leases weren't renewed.
Operations have moved to Second Avenue.
Vik's Chaat Corner, Baume, Curry Village, and Sandbox Bakery all open; Mi Lindo Yucatan, Mastrelli's Deli, others close.
Chaise Lounge closes to turn into The Southern, a showpiece for chef Cary Taylor.
Plus: haggis is legalized, and Top Chef supports Haitian relief, all in our morning news roundup.
Both restaurants cite "remodeling" for the closure, but we're not so sure.
A bit of schadenfreude today for cupcake haters: Mission Minis, which just opened their first Mission storefront a couple weeks back, were forced to shutter temporarily this weekend by order of the city Health Department because they failed to get...