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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.

Chelsea »

The French eatery is selling everything from artwork to appliances at its Tenth Avenue location.

Upper West Side »

The Columbus Avenue restaurant said it couldn't make money with construction blocking its entrance.

Washington Heights »

The popular venue, which opened in 2010, will close at the end of the year, owner Jose Morales said. 

East Village »

DNAinfo New York took a look back at some of the neighborhood businesses we lost this year.

Fort Greene »

After 17 years in business, Madiba has launched an Indiegogo campaign to stay open.

Forest Hills »

The restaurant was recently damaged by a fire.

West Village »

Artist David Joel retrieved his murals from the shuttered Commerce Restaurant Tuesday morning.

Forest Hills »

The restaurant was not able to renew its lease so it will close Dec. 31

Upper West Side »

The legendary pizza place has been closed for at least three weeks, according to local residents.

Bed-Stuy »

The popular Bed-Stuy restaurant announced the closure on social media and its website Wednesday night.

Clinton Hill »

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