What's Still Closed After Irene

By Mathew Katz on August 28, 2011 4:50pm 

Strong winds overnight on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011 ripped off a business' awning on Hudson Street at Perry Street.
Strong winds overnight on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011 ripped off a business' awning on Hudson Street at Perry Street.
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While some businesses, restaurants, and grocery stores re-opened quickly after Hurricane Irene — or never closed to begin with — some Manhattan institutions will remain closed tonight. All should be re-opened by Monday unless otherwise noted.

• Fairway grocery stores.
• Trader Joe's stores.
• Whole Foods stores.
• Public libraries, including the New York Public Library.
• Most museums, including the American Museum of Natural History, MOMA, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
• Lincoln Center.
• Broadway shows are cancelled tonight.
• McDonalds restaurants.
• All Starbucks.
• New York Sports Clubs, which are expected to re-open by noon tomorrow.
• Crunch Gyms.

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