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Karaoke Boho, Rare Bar & Grill, Empire Szechuan all Donski

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1) West Village: Just goes to show karaoke bars cannot survive without the booze. Mere months after opening as an unintentionally dry spin off of Sing Sing in the East Village, huge signs announce the space occupied by Karaoke Boho is for rent. Says a tipster: "After a New Year's Eve police raid, they closed, and the signage came down this week." A walk by yesterday found the place a ghost town, and calls go unanswered. [ShutterWire]

2) West Village: This shutter has been long in coming, since the space went on the market a little under a year ago. A tipster reports that Rare Bar & Grill has closed its Bleecker Street location and now has a location in the Wyndam Hotel on 26th Street. [ShutterWire]

3) West Village: A sign in the window announces the shutter of Empire Szechuan Greenwich. Says the signage, "We hope you will enjoy the next exciting restaurant that will open its doors very shortly." [ShutterWire]

4) Cobble Hill: From the tipline: "Cafe on Clinton in cobble hill has been closed for a few weeks with no signs of reopening.." Calls to the restaurant go unanswered. [ShutterWire]

Karaoke Boho

186 West 4th St., New York, NY

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