Say Goodbye to Falai Panetteria
It's a dog-eat-dog world out there. Here are some of the dogs who got eaten this week. Know of any restaurants or bars opening or closing? Drop us a line.
Former Le Cirque pastry chef Iacopo Falai has shuttered his bakery, Falai Panetteria, after closing his flagship restaurant. The move marks an end to Falai's strong Clinton Street presence. [Grub Street]
Dark Room, a Ludlow Street basement bar, will soon close and be replaced by another drinkery: Bodegas. The planned watering hole will serve oysters and other raw shellfish. [Eater]
Nanny Goat Hill Wine Bar & Kitchen, a Windsor Terrace newcomer, has just come and gone. The eatery announced its sudden departure from the dining scene via Facebook. [Grub Street]
Gourmet Garage might shut down its Upper West Side location. [West Side Rag]
Timboo's, a beloved Park Slope dive, will get a new owner -- and a new name -- after December 31. So far, the fate of the neighborhood favorite remains unclear. [Here's Park Slope]
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