Shalom Chai pizzeria's eviction closes a once-plentiful era.
Cue the funereal version of the 'Sex and the City' theme song.
"The landlord wants us to pay 70 percent more rent than what we're paying," an employee says.
The restaurants opened last October.
Word on the street is that City Sub is looking for a new space.
It morphed from sandwich shop to full-service restaurant earlier this year.
The restaurant opened in January of 2013.
Say good-bye to fried broccoli and pork rillettes on English muffin bread.
These are lean times for the Fatty empire.
The developer's plans don't include keeping the sandwich shop around.
Even more local bars and restaurants have offered to help couples who planned to hold events at the venue.
The former staff is working to help out wedding parties left stranded.
The proprietors are considering the possibility of relocating in the neighborhood.
The bar and restaurant, which serves an eclectic mix of tapas, has been open for nearly ten years.