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A Bold New Restaurant’s Closing Is Swift, Surprising, and Oddly Silent
J.J. Johnson’s restaurant was among the city’s best, most original new spots. Its closing feels strangely unsettling.
Williamsburg’s Walter Foods Is Closing After 11 Years
The owners plan to hold on to the space for a new project due this fall.
Chef Floyd Cardoz Will Close the Bombay Bread Bar
The restaurant was celebrated as the chef’s return to Indian cuisine in New York.
Cheap Eats Favorite Madcap Café Has Closed
The restaurant served its last flatbread-wrapped bacon, egg, and cheese on Sunday.
Tribeca’s Odd, Wonderful Arcade Bakery Is Set to Close
Owner Roger Gural is looking for a buyer.
Flynn McGarry Will Close His LES Tasting Room for the Summer
The 20-year-old plans to spend ten weeks traveling and cooking here and abroad.
The Power Lunch Is Officially Dead
The Four Seasons will close for good, less than a year after reopening.
One of New York’s Best Mexican Spots Will Close
Miscelania’s last day of business is June 16.
All of New York Mourns Barbuto’s Closing
It’s chef Jonathan Waxman’s final days in his storied West Village restaurant.
Smith Canteen Is a Popular Cafe With a Famous Owner — So Why Is It Closing?
editor Kerry Diamond discusses the difficult decision to sell the shop and what kind of buyer she has in mind.
Two of New York’s Most Ambitious Restaurants Have Closed
Teo and Günter Seeger NY are no more.
Good-bye to Enid’s, a Bar You Could — and Maybe Did — Go to Every Night
I already miss having a normal place to go, to meet a friend for a drink and some food and for it to not cost each of us at least $50.
Barbuto, a Literally Perfect Restaurant, Will Close in May
Jonathan Waxman’s pioneering trattoria opened in 2004.
It Sure Sounds Like Café Loup’s Martini-Soaked Chapter Has Closed
The literary haunt was seized for unpaid taxes for the second time in six months, and it doesn’t sound like it’s coming back this time.
Good-bye to the Best Trivia Night in New York
A legendary quiz — and a way of life — disappears forever.
Good-bye to Sidewalk Cafe, a Horrible Place That New York Will Miss Dearly
It was a café where weirdos and dreamers could try to make a piece of this city their own.
April Bloomfield Will Close the John Dory Oyster Bar
It will be replaced by a flagship location of Christina Tosi’s Milk Bar.
Greenpoint Favorite Enid’s Will Close
The bar’s last night will be March 31
April Bloomfield Abruptly Closed Her L.A. Restaurant This Weekend
The restaurant was open for just over a (very tumultuous) year.
A Soho Health-Food Destination Is Set to Close, and the Internet Is Melting Down
Though there’s a petition to prevent it from happening.
Dale Talde’s Restaurant Group Is No More
The chef still has the Jersey City location of Talde.
Trailblazing Cocktail Bar Flatiron Lounge Will Close
Julie Reiner’s destination bar ushered in New York mixology’s golden age.
Mark Ladner’s Fast-Casual Pasta Flyer Will Close
The chef is looking for a new space for the restaurant.
New-Brooklyn Pioneer Battersby Will Close This Month
The restaurant will host its last night of service on New Year’s Eve.
Delaware and Hudson Will Close
The Williamsburg restaurant’s owner cited the looming L train shutdown as one of the causes.
El Rey Will Close This Month
No more avocados.
Another One of New York’s Great Thai Restaurants Has Closed
Larb Ubol shuttered this week, following Pok Pok Ny out the door.
The Fire’s Gone Out for Good at Brooklyn’s the Smoke Joint
It’s been converted into a new location of Peaches Hot House.
Good-bye to the Red Cat, New York’s Effortlessly Uncool Living Room
It’s the kind of personal, honest restaurant that is hard to define until you see it — and its closing feels like a major blow.
The Red Cat, NYC’s Quintessential Neighborhood Bistro, Will Close in December
After 20 years, chef and owner Jimmy Bradley is ready for a break.
Good-bye to Cucina di Pesce, a Relic of a Kinder, More Generous New York
A rent hike forced the East Village staple to close its doors for good.
New York’s Brushstroke Will Close, Following Chef David Bouley’s Departure
The Japanese restaurant opened seven years ago.
Café Loup, and Yet More Downtown History, Might Be Gone for Good
“It was a refuge from all the assholes who made every other place in New York unbearable.”
goodbye for now?
Downtown’s Iconic Café Loup Seized for Unpaid Taxes
The restaurant is currently closed, and the situation doesn’t look good.
One of Mario Batali’s New York Restaurants Will Close for Good
La Sirena will shut down at the end of the year.
Brooklyn’s Prime Meats Will Close in November
The owners plan to convert the space into a wine bar and an extension of their popular Frankies 457 Spuntino.
Pok Pok Ny Will Close for Good
The popular Brooklyn Thai spot will shutter on September 2.
Union Square’s Iconic Coffee Shop Will Close
After 28 years in business.
Brooklyn’s Only Papaya King Has Closed
At least we had two years to relish it.
Yuan Cuts the Noodle Loose in the East Village
It’s the latest restaurant to make a quick exit at 157 Second Avenue.
The City’s Most Beloved Century-Old Bakery Closes This Sunday
Glaser’s Bake Shop in Yorkville will sell its last black-and-white cookie this weekend.
Another Bowery Restaurant Bites the Dust
Hecho en Dumbo will follow Cherche Midi, DBGB, and Rebelle to restaurant heaven.
Nolita Standby Balaboosta Will Close in May
Einat Admony hopes to reopen in another location.
Cherche Midi’s Underdog Charm Made It a Perfect Bistro
The lack of pretense made it feel more like a genuine bistro than any of the painstakingly sourced replicas that exist in NYC.
Cherche Midi’s Days Are Numbered
A representative confirms it will shutter in early June.
A Restaurant at Another Trump Hotel Is Closing
Employees say sales have dropped by as much as 40 percent in recent months.
East Village Staple Three of Cups Will Close on April 1
It looks like Emmy Squared is taking its spot.
New York’s Silver Spurs Diner Will Close at the End of the Month
A manager says business just went south.
Good-bye to Bait & Tackle, the Ultimate Red Hook Bar
“We don’t have pool. We don’t have games. We have drinks and sometimes cocaine.”
Three Japanese Staples Will All Close This Weekend
Sapporo, reportedly New York’s oldest ramen restaurant, and its sister spots Iroha and Sake Bar Hagi will shutter.