Nino’s Pizza Closed on St. Marks; All is Quiet at Fornino Park Slope


Fornino Park Slope, the offshoot of the Williamsburg location, closed for renovations a few weeks ago, and promised to be back on February 4. But nothing has changed, the tables are still set, and the lights are out, reported Here’s Park Slope. No one answers the phone, and the fairly active Facebook page has been silent for almost a month. No mention of the “very romantic Valentine’s Day” dinner with live musician Maurice that was advertised last month. 256 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn

Nino’s Pizza on St. Mark’s Place went through a series of closings and openings before saying its final goodbyes last week. EV Grieve saw a “For Rent” sign and posted photos of employees cleaning out the space. 131 St. Mark’s Pl.

After less than two years of business, Meatpacking club Double Seven has closed, Eater reported. Owners David Rabin and Jeffrey Jah ran the first incarnation of the club before it went on hiatus due to lease negotiations in 2007. When it reopened in 2011, its biggest claim to fame was hosting a fight between Adam Hock, a prince of Monaco, and a Greek shipping heir. 63 Gansevoort St.

Another small business shuttered Ludlow Street. Press Tea closed in the past few weeks, Bowery Boogie learned. The phone rings and goes to an answering machine and the security gates have stayed closed. The tea spot was around for only eight months. 168 Ludlow St.