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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.

Upper West Side »

'Greek Martha Stewart' Closes UWS Restaurant Loi

The West 70th Street restaurant closed its doors Tuesday, according to one of its investors. 

SoHo »

SoHo's Cafe Noir Moving to TriBeCa

After 18 years on Grand Street, the Spanish tapas restaurant is moving out.