The East Village is down a sports bar.
Dispatches from the final weekend at an iconic West Village diner.
The story behind the Greenwich Village fixture's closing.
Can the greasy spoon's cult celebrity followers save it?
A Ludlow Street fixture is gone.
Landlord disputes have pushed out two French favorites.
Plus, Sound Fix finds a new home in a building that will also hold a barbecue restaurant.
A neighborhood staple is said to be closed after 25 years.
The Italian-Mediterranean restaurant has been open for eight years.
The Lower East Side loses one of the last bars you could go to on a weekend anymore.
Dishes with names like "Low Credit High Spirits" couldn't save the fifteen-year-old restaurant.
The Department of Health nabs University Place's highbrow snack bar.
A cheap dumpling spot may be gone for good.
The landlord has seized a relative Nolita newcomer.
The restaurant may be revived with a Babbo alum at the helm.
A shutter is obscuring the most amazing sign in Chinatown and denying us Coca-Cola chicken.
A Park Slope status report.
The city giveth and taketh away.