Salsa on the Go goes from Yankee Stadium, other restaurants, stores close

New York /
Feb.February 17, 2009 02:09 PM
Clockwise, starting top left: Crystal Pavilion Food Court, Catbird, DARE Books and Tisserie

As the recession continues, more New York City restaurants are closing. One Ten Bar and Grill, at 110 John Street, has closed. Yorganic, a frozen yogurt place in the Crystal Pavilion Food Court, an indoor food court on Third Avenue between 49th and 50th streets, has closed. Tisserie, which closed its Union Square location in December when the rent increased, seems not to have opened its promised location on Seventh Avenue and 55th Street. Ryan’s Irish Pub, on Second Avenue near Ninth Street, has closed temporarily for renovation. Angelo Pipas is closing his Times Square hot dog stand. Salsa on the Go, a concession slated to expand to three spots at Yankee Stadium, will no longer be at the stadium. In Brooklyn, clothing store Catbird will close its 390 Metropolitan Avenue store in March after losing its lease. DARE Books, at 33 Lafayette Avenue in Fort Greene, is moving to Florida. Lastly, restaurant No No New Orleans, located on Seventh Avenue near Seventh Street, has closed. TRD 


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