But the original location is still serving borscht 24/7.
But will some intrepid vendor pick up the tortilla press and carry on?
Is it curtains for jerk chicken satays and boozy juices?
It's a cold, cold world. (With swirls.)
It's the first of many for the chain.
We've lost Italian and a Singaporean restaurants.
Don't pour one out just yet, but maybe get ready.
So long, and thanks for all the small plates.
No matter what happens, brunch at the hotel will go on.
Michael Ayoub is opening on Manhattan Avenue.
Thank you for all the truffled egg toast.
The restaurant's constant legal troubles seem not to have improved.
The last of the laksa.
The dive bar is about to take its last plunge.
A few newcomers and an old Park Slope favorite close.