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Fung Tu, One of New York’s Best Chinese Restaurants, Will Close in August
Earlier this year, chef Jonathan Wu told Grub Street that business had dropped 30 percent in the days after Trump’s election.
Daniel Boulud Will Close His Downtown Gastropub DBGB Next Month
The sausage party will end on August 11.
The End of Great Jones Cafe Is Another Nail in the Coffin of My New York
We all have bars and restaurants that anchor us to our best years in New York. For one New Orleans transplant, Great Jones Cafe was that spot.
Another Longtime Downtown Restaurant Will Shutter Tonight
But there’s good news: Red Hook dive Sunny’s met its fundraising goal.
Park Officials Removed a Chef for Being Too ‘Vulgar’
With a nickname like that, how could anyone have known?
French Roast in Greenwich Village Closes
Another beloved New York hangout will soon be no more.
April Bloomfield Is Closing Salvation Burger
She and Ken Friedman hope to find a new home for the concept.
New York Mezcal Mecca Mayahuel Will Close
Its last day is August 8.
Retro Diner Mr. Donahue’s Will Close on August 5
The owners plan to open a takeout version of Uncle Boons in the small space.
Franny’s, One of Brooklyn’s Most Cherished Restaurants, Will Close
The pizza destination’s final night of service will be August 20.
Another Classic New York Diner Will Close
Cup & Saucer bites the hash brown dust.
Gabriel Stulman Is Closing Perla in Favor of a More Casual Concept
Fairfax, opening in its place, is an all-day café.
Watching and Lamenting the Death of the New York Diner
An ode to a way of eating, and thinking about the city, that is going away.
Fort Greene’s Lulu & Po to Close
The neighborhood restaurant will serve its last New York firehouse–style chicken on Wednesday.
Alex Stupak Will Close Empellón Cocina This Week
In an open letter, the chef writes, “This is not the tale of a greedy landlord or a rent hike.”
Schiller’s Was McNally Land for the Everyman
During its heyday, Schiller’s was Keith McNally’s vision, designed expressly for walk-ins and neighbors.
Keith McNally’s 14-Year-Old Schiller’s Will Close
The lease is up in August.
Maple’s Delivery Service Will Cease Operations in New York
London-based Deliveroo has purchased the company.
Mimi Sheraton’s Favorite Neighborhood Restaurant, Good, Is Closing
A regular’s lament.
West Village Institution Pó Has Closed
After 24 years.
Koi, in the Trump Soho, Will Close, Citing a Sharp Drop in Business
“Before Trump won we were doing great.”
NYC Deli Artie’s Delicatessen Suddenly Closes After 18 Years
It was opened by the family of a once-influential uptown restaurateur.
How Nobu Conquered the ’90s and Became an Unstoppable Global Empire
As the iconic Tribeca restaurant closes its doors, co-owner Drew Nieporent looks back on 23 years in business.
After 14 Years, Public in Nolita Will Close in June
It opened in 2003, at the height of the
Sex and the City
Why This Celebrated Restaurant Is Closing at the Peak of Success
With 12 seats and two employees, Michelin-starred Take Root proved success is possible with an unconventional business model.
Neighborhood Favorite Cómodo Will Close Next Month
After a 36 percent rent increase, the owners won’t renew their lease.
Brooklyn Trailblazer Flatbush Farm Will Close on February 25
Say good-bye while you can.
Tom Colicchio Will Close His 15-Year-Old, Widely Influential Craftbar
He cites a 50 percent rent increase as the cause.
After 17 Years, This Chef’s Closing Her Restaurant Because It’s ‘Grow or Die’
“Honestly, I don’t know how you make it as a chef; I don’t know how you make retirement on one restaurant.”
Why This Brooklyn Restaurant Couldn’t Turn Hit Reviews Into Sustained Success
“The business and the neighborhood slowed down, and we stopped making money.”
Anita Lo Will Close 3-Star Annisa This Spring, After 17 Years
Sadly, she says that she can’t keep up with rising costs, which include the new minimum-wage law.
An Illustrated Look Inside Carnegie Deli’s Final Night
The atmosphere was somewhere between wake, lunch, and circus.
Carnegie Deli Will Serve Its Last Pastrami Sandwich Today
Pay your respects to the famed meat emporium before year-end.
Another Slice of the Old Lower East Side Will Disappear With Cake Shop
The venue will close after a final show on New Year’s Eve.
Here’s the Real Reason Restaurants Become Celebrity Hangouts
New York’s legendary Da Silvano was an IRL version of
magazine’s “Stars—They’re Just Like Us!”
This Might Be the Year’s Most Surprising Restaurant Closure
The West Village staple had been open for more than four decades.
Luksus, the Michelin-Starred Restaurant Behind Tørst, Will Close
Chef Daniel Burns says he isn’t sure what he’ll do next.
Why the Cecil in Harlem — One of NYC’s Most Celebrated Restaurants — Will Close
Acclaimed chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson will shift his focus to nearby Minton’s.
Porchetta Is Closed in the East Village
The owners say they’re looking for a new location.
Freedom-Themed Restaurant ’Merica NYC Is Done, Just Like American Democracy
It lasted only three weeks.
Dale Talde Unexpectedly Shutters Pork Slope
He and his partners are also closing Thistle Hill Tavern.
The End of the Carnegie Deli, a True New York Tourist Trap
Even if most New Yorkers took the Carnegie Deli for granted, it’s hard not to feel like we’re losing something integral to the fabric of the city.
The Iconic Carnegie Deli Will Close Forever
The midtown institution has been serving mammoth sandwiches since 1937.
Blue Ribbon Bakery Kitchen Closing After 20 Years in the West Village
The restaurant’s lease is up in November.
Meatpacking Mainstay Spice Market to Close at the End of September
The 12-year-old hot spot was perhaps the ultimate mid-2000s restaurant.
Colicchio & Sons to Close in Early September
After six years in business.
The Señor Frog’s in Times Square Is Closed
The margarita-fueled party spot is a goner.
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Someone Paid $10,000 for a Set of Four Seasons Ashtrays
Other outrageous buys included $7,000 for bread baskets and $30,000 for chairs with “assorted surface scratches.”
The Closing of the Iconic Four Seasons Restaurant Is Going Swimmingly
Everyone who is anyone is diving into the pool.
Influential Chef Peter Hoffman Will Leave the Restaurant Business
He will close his last restaurant, Back Forty West, after July 16.