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Clinton Hill »

Ruthie's Soul Food Spot Is Closed for Good

Owner John Monroe shut the restaurant down to focus on his writing.

Lower East Side »

Taquito Stand Will Start Serving Beer and Wine This Week, Owner Says

Taquitoria will begin serving beer and wine Wednesday, it announced.

Upper West Side »

Longtime UWS Restaurant Ouest to Close This Week

The restaurant on Broadway and West 84th Street opened in 2001. 

East Village »

Pommes Frites Moving to Greenwich Village for Cheaper Rent

Its owners said they could not find an affordable location in the East Village.

Lower East Side »

20-Year-Old LES Vegan Eatery Closing Amid Declining Foot Traffic, Rent Hike

Tiengarden Vegan Kitchen will close on Tuesday, its manager said.

Lower East Side »

Snack Dragon's LES Location Replaced by Cookie Delivery Chain

Insomnia Cookies has taken over Snack Dragon's Orchard Street location.

Little Italy »

Italian American Museum Evicts Longtime Italian Restaurant

The museum evicted Il Palazzo on Mulberry Street after it missed a rent payment, the owner said.

Lower East Side »

Pupusas Take Center Stage at New LES Restaurant

Cabalito, a new eatery on Essex Street, will serve pupusas, a staple dish from El Salvador.

Hudson Heights »

Uptown's New Leaf Restaurant and Wedding Venue to Abruptly Close

The New Leaf cafe in Fort Tryon Park will serve its last meal on Dec. 28.

Lower East Side »

Lobster Joint Closing Lower East Side Outpost

Lobster Joint's Lower East Side location will close on Nov. 16, it said in a statement.

Midtown East »

Chin Chin Chinese Restaurant Leaving Midtown After 30 Years to Move to LES

Chin Chin is closing on Friday. The new location will have a yakitori station and serve steamed buns.

Hudson Heights »

Upscale Hudson Heights Eatery Rusty Mackerel Closes After Only a Year

The Pinehurst Avenue restaurant closed this week after a little more than a year in business.

East Village »

City Waited 3 Decades to Rule Yaffa Cafe's Back Patio Illegal, Manager Says

Yaffa Cafe ran its backyard eating area for 31 years, but the city only ruled it illegal last month.