Did the state have something to do with it?
One of the Upper West Side's finer restaurants is done for.
That lawsuit with Trader Joe's didn't help matters.
A canteen for frat boys shutters in Hollywood while Strawberry Cones comes to the Valley.
Villa Marina Marketplace loses a healthy bite to eat.
Could this be our last moment of appreciation for the Spicy Rizzak?
Taishan's second location in the Outer Richmond shuttered to make way for Hakka a month or so ago.
The Papaya King on 14th Street meets its end via bagel store.
Busted for serving whale meat, the Santa Monica airport's sushi restaurant shutters.
After more than 85 years, the Lower East Side mainstay has moved to Brooklyn.
His Vegas and Mexico restaurants shutter, thanks to the recession.
Is the East Village sidewalk margarita spot done for good?
The longtime Mission staple, known mostly for its cheapness and its parking, makes way for a charitable gringo restaurant.
Blaming the bad economy and not its vegan options, a Mexican Cafe plans its last supper.
But the restaurant insists it has "nothing to do with the recent unpleasantness."
Isn't it ironic? And not even in the Alanis Morissette way.
The Comme Ca owner promises a new location of his flagship in 2011.