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  • Union Square Cafe at 21 Eat 16th Street shuttered in June

    While high-profile restaurant closures like Danny Meyer’s Union Square Café have painted a less than rosy picture of the restaurant industry’s health in recent months, the numbers tell a different story.

    Despite rising rents and a growing number of layers of red tape, the number of permits issued for restaurants, bars and cafés in New York City rose over 27 percent to 23,075 at the start of the fiscal year 2015 this July from 18,606 in fiscal year 2006, according to Department of Health data cited by the Wall Street Journal. [more]

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  • From left: Union Square Cafe today and 21 East 16th Street in 1985

    From left: Union Square Cafe today and 21 East 16th Street in 1985

    What do Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill, Keith McNally’s Pastis, Wylie Dufresne’s wd~50 and Danny Meyers’s Union Square Cafe have in common? All are game-changing restaurants that have either closed or are on their way to the chopping block. [more]

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  • From left: Shuttered Kennedy's pub at 327 West 57th Street, Guinness (credit: Sean Scanlon via Flickr) and the closed O'Flaherty's at 334 West 46th Street

    From left: Shuttered Kennedy’s at 327 West 57th Street, Guinness and the closed O’Flaherty’s at 334 West 46th Street

    As rents climb and tastes veer increasingly toward craft beers and gourmet food offerings, New York City’s Irish pubs — which currently number around 2,000 — are on the decline. [more]

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  • 1 Ludlow Street, and 43 and 49 Canal Street

    1 Ludlow Street, and 43 and 49 Canal Street

    The Lower East Side intersections where Ludlow and Orchard streets cross Canal and dead-end into Division are set to see three hip new eateries and a cocktail bar. [more]

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