Let's close out the week with a final taste of EaterWire. As ever, your sage observations, juicy gossip and random rants to email@example.com.
LOWER EAST SIDE—Word of this has been circulating for a few weeks, but Brooklyn Vegan confirms that 200 Orchard's liquor license issues may force its closure. (These are the same owners now operating Sixth Ward in the old Core 191 space). There's an online petition to sign, if that's your thing. [Brooklyn Vegan, Petition]
CARROLL GARDENS—Neighborhood favorite Lucali Brick Oven pizzeria has closed temporarily for renovations. It reopens next Thursday, November 8. [Mouthfuls]
CENTRAL VILLAGE—Would this week be complete without a final nugget of DessertTruck goodness? No, sir, it would not. Blogger Central Village: "If there is any way to create a waiting/dining area without violating any permit laws, go for it. Seats may be tricky, but a heat lamp, plastic palm tree and swatch of AstroTurf could go a long way. Long live DessertTruck." [Central Village]