Mom-and-pops account for 54 percent of American restaurants, and that number's dropping.
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Café Pick Me Up is the latest victim of rent hikes.
"It's so nice to be in a place where the people who own the building want me here and care about me."
"I am the store and the store is me."
"There are neither victims nor villains in this story," Meyer writes.
The good news is that you've got until the end of 2015 to get in there.
It's time to go eat some ziti.
Nick Imirziades says his rent has increased by $20,000 a month.
Another day, another lawsuit for the woebegone chef.
Quite a bit! But we bet they can afford it.
He says his landlord tried to rip out his security alarm wires at 4 a.m.
After three decades, a Village institution is in danger.
The economics of a hotel deal.
Business is not so good at the East Village time warp.
A Pink Tea Cup manager looks to buy the business and keep the 55-year-old restaurant's doors open.
Third-generation owner Lisa Ford tells us why she's closing the soul-food spot after more than 50 years.
Details of the troubled restaurant's last bash have been released.