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The Shutter: Da Vincenzo, Fro-Yo "Bar" Yoqua

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Right on the heel's of Friday's shutter report comes word of two more closings. Know of anymore? Let us know.

1) Windsor Terrace: Da Vincenzo, the middling Park Slope/Windsor Terrace neighborhood Italian, is closed until further notice. The sign implies there's a chance of reopening, but we should note recent user reviews have portrayed a restaurant in decline. [ShutterWire]

2) Madison Square Park: And the fro-yo invasion is beginning to abate. Yoqua is the first copycat fro-yo outlet to go down, per Urbanite: "We noticed the other day that Yoqua Bar, on 23rd Street near Madison Square Park, is no more...Still, we wouldn't dare call the fro-yo trend dead, although you would think that moment should be nigh or pretty much here. Perhaps the flatlining economy and the brutal start to winter (heck, it's not even winter yet) may conspire to undermine the countless array of frozen-yogurt places, or at least their continued growth." [Urbanite]

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