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Subway Inn

  1. Opening Again
    Subway Inn Is Finally Back, Just a Few Blocks Away From the OriginalIt looks practically the same, too.
  2. Relocations
    Here’s Subway Inn’s New AddressThe Salinas family promises an “exact replication.”
  3. News
    Subway Inn Will Close in December, But Its Owners Vow to Relocate by Early 2015“Our move and replication is expected to take approximately 10 weeks to complete,” writes co-owner Steven Salinas.
  4. Evictions
    Subway Inn’s Eviction Order Blocked Yet AgainNow head over there right now and get a celebratory beer.
  5. Reprieves
    Judge Temporarily Halts Subway Inn’s Eviction Proceedings“We know that this is just the first step in a very long and hard David Vs. Goliath Fight.”
  6. Closings
    Subway Inn Is Fighting Its Imminent Eviction With a Crowdfunding CampaignThe rickety old-timer clings to life with a number of online petitions.
  7. Closings
    Subway Inn Will Close Next MonthThe neon will also make the move.
  8. Relocations
    Subway Inn ‘Probably’ Relocating Somewhere in the NeighborhoodIt’ll “end up moving somewhere else pretty close in the area,” if at all.
  9. Reopenings
    Subway Inn Back Up and RunningThe dive bar is back open after renovations.
  10. Reopenings
    Lucy’s is NOT Still Shuttered! Plus, Other Endangered StorefrontsA gorgeous slideshow of our favorite fading façades.
  11. NewsFeed
    Bourdain to Cook at Les Halles, Yearns for Giant Food CourtsTony Bourdain was at the Union Square Barnes & Noble last night to do a joint reading and signing with Michael Ruhlman, author of The Elements of Cooking. Interviewing Bourdain is effortless: The man is a nonstop font of opinions and bons mots, so we just took out our notebook and started writing. What, for instance, did he think of the reopening of his favorite bar, Siberia? (“When Siberia closed my life as an alcoholic ended,” he said wistfully. “Tracey [Westmoreland] is a man of many mysteries. I’m skeptical. Siberia reopening? [Sarcastically] Yeah, I’d like to see that.” Bourdain also told us that, sometime in the next two weeks, he was going to go back for one night to his old job at Les Halles, personally working the sauté station on a crowded night for his TV show, No Reservations. And he would not be alone back in the trenches: A few feet away, Eric Ripert would be working the grill station, cooking meat all night. Given all of his travels, what does Bourdain think New York needs? A giant food court, of course.