How the mighty have fallen.
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Not eve a complete do-over could save the restaurant.
The taco shop is shutting down here in Center City as well as at the shore.
So far there's no reason given for the barbecue sandwiches joint closing so abruptly.
Jay-Z and partners had already decided to not renew the lease before the superstorm hit.
The bar brought the tastes of upstate New York to Hoagietown with beef-on-weck and garbage plates.
In its prime, the second floor club played host to everyone from King Britt to Diplo.
The restaurant won over critics with its take on Italian and Argentine dishes.
For a brief moment, it seemed like the promise of cheap crabs, and a good selection of craft beers would help the Old City neighborhood rise above its current state.
In spite of a bum ventilation system, the perpetually closing restaurant came back to life.
Jinxed corner? What jinxed corner?
It's the latest in a string of short lived concepts at that location to fold.
Don't blame Federal Donuts.
The new spot in Fishtown will have comfrt-y grub and 16 taps.
If you only live once, hopefully it will be a longer than this coffee shop's run.
Save for a holiday miracle, there's nothing keeping the multimillion dollar steakhouse from liquidation.
The South Philly breakfast and lunch joint's days are numbered.
The real bad news is the grim, post-apocalyptic picture painted of Trenton.
More meltdowns in the meat sector.
We suspect that there's more to the closing than just a case of the bad pipes.