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Times Square & Theater District »

Notes posted on the West 42nd Street eatery’s doors read, “Sorry, we are closed.”

Briarwood »

The Queens Boulevard eatery has been in business for more than five decades. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Empanada Mama's Hell's Kitchen outpost was ravaged by a fire back in January.

Rego Park »

The restaurant, at 95-25 Queens Blvd., said it had lost its lease.

Chelsea »

Chalait is closing its West Village site and opening in Chelsea Market and Midtown, its owner said.

Park Slope »

The famed seafood restaurant opened its first Brooklyn outpost in late 2013 at Fifth Avenue and Carroll.

Upper West Side »

The restaurant abruptly closed this week after 42 years at its Columbus Avenue location, a report said.

Bed-Stuy »

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The restaurant's owner and the building's landlords were involved in a years-long fight over the lease.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A Papaya Dog employee confirmed that the lease expired at the 578 Ninth Ave. outpost.

Concourse »

The cafe was putting its items up for auction on Tuesday afternoon.

Fort Greene »

Owner Mark Henegan says Madiba Restaurant, at 195 Dekalb Ave. in Fort Greene, will stay open.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A sign hanging in one of the diner’s front windows states the “store is for sale." 

Prospect Heights »

The chef at the Vanderbilt Avenue eatery split ways with the owner, Eater reported. 

Park Slope »

New York magazine named Applewood the city's best mom-and-pop restaurant in 2005.