The final service for the popular family spot will be February 7.
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"We will retract the surcharge and reconfigure our menu pricing instead."
The new owner explains how he plans to reopen the beloved sandwich shop.
But why would the beloved City Sub suddenly pluralize its name?
Prepare for butter-drenched artichoke slices, Park Slope.
Sounds like it's time for another name change at the store that has already gone from being Nutelleria to Nuteria.
Both restaurants blame declining sales.
"We'll keep to first names for now."
It just has to outpace Nutella manufacturer Ferrero's spry legal team first.
The three-year-old shop "never really developed a following among locals."
Word on the street is that City Sub is looking for a new space.
The latest blow in the turf war between bar owners and the stroller brigade.
He's berry, berry mad.
The neighborhood spot for hot coffee and pastries opened in 2003.
Nice job, Mr. Mayor.
He's making tortillas in-house.
Now boarding with a nonstop connection to Park Slope.