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.

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.

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]