The West Village loses a solid neighborhood spot.
Two long-loved local hangouts face financial trouble.
Robert Kremer tells us he doesn't know whether or not he'll reopen his 41-year-old go-go dive.
One of the city's few pre-Giuliani holdouts and a survivor of 9/11 is forced to shutter, at least for now.
The four-year-old Rittenhouse hideaway will call it quits in the coming weeks.
Amazingly, the whereabouts of that secret bar we told you about never did get revealed.
The Edge closed after some lease negotiation trouble with a new landlord.
Was a "changing" crowd to blame?
Stefan's on Montana is closed, but a steakhouse could be rolling out soon.
Jamba Juice will take over the Belgian chocolate maker's Third Street Promenade-adjacent store.
Sixteen-month-old pan-Asian restaurant Mazu (3809 Geary Boulevard), a fave of the We Eatin' boys, appears to have shuttered. No more Korean kalbi and lumpia for you. [Eater]...
Also, Darwin Cafe gets a new chef.
Phil Conlon, a Café Cluny alum, will be chef.
Also, Monk's Kettle has a new menu.
A new vegan-vegetarian café in Carroll Gardens.
The Herald reports that Locke-Ober, which calls itself the Taj Mahal of Boston restaurants, will shutter until March for renovations. The 136-year-old institution will reopen with a new front bar and lounge, plus refreshed banquet areas. They'll reopen in time...