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Lower East Side »

Judith Dauber invested in The Comfort before it closed after being open for less than a year. 

Park Slope »

The restaurant and bar has been open for more than a decade.

Red Hook »

The bar will shutter next week after owners said it was "forcibly removed" from 34 Van Dyke St.

Greenpoint »

The Manhattan Avenue venue will close its doors on Manhattan Avenue on Nov. 13.

Upper West Side »

The coffee chain headquartered in Los Angeles is depriving New Yorkers of its ice blended drinks.

Carroll Gardens »

The Smith Street bar will pour its last drink Oct. 21, the owner said. 

Greenpoint »

The venue's two-year stint on Morgan Ave. is coming to an end in October.

Upper East Side »

Sistina closed its Second Avenue location and will reopen in September on East 81st Street.

Carroll Gardens »

Purbird also opened a new location in the neighborhood this month. 

Bushwick »

Both businesses announced they would be closing on social media this week. 

West Village »

Another record store bites the dust. 

Bed-Stuy »

The owner sold the Bed-Stuy space to a "young chef/owner" who will take over, according to reports.

Carroll Gardens »

The restaurant shuttered this past weekend and will soon move to Clinton Hill, owners said. 

Cobble Hill »

The neighborhood mainstay will be empty by mid-May, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Carroll Gardens »

The shop will close at the end of the month, owner Gaia DiLoreto said.