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Timboo's, Little Havana, Thai Naim, and More Shutter

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1) Park Slope: Here's Park Slope reports the very sad news that Timboo's, a bar and restaurant that has been open on 5th Avenue and 11th Street in Brooklyn for 42 years, has closed. The owners of Abilene Bar on Court Street are taking over the space and will reopen it as Skylark Bar. They promise to "incorporate some of Timboo's charm where we can." [HPS]

2) West Village: Fork in the Road is sad but not surprised to note that Little Havana on Cornelia Street, has shuttered, writing, "The quality of the food had gone downhill, and the small storefront had to face competition from flashier restaurants like the Pearl Oyster Bar and newcomer Wong." [FitR]

3) Upper West Side: A shutter report from the tipline: "Looks like Thai Naim next to Luke's on Amsterdam between 80th and 81st was DOH'ed and closed. That was quick! A new name, A la Mode Oriental is on the awning and the menu pasted on the window." [ShutterWire]

4) Upper East Side: Earlier this month Rectangles on the Upper East Side shuttered for good. [BB]

5) Gramercy: pcvstBee notices that Gramercy Meat Market has gone out of business after more than a decade on 2nd Avenue between 22nd and 23rd Streets. [pcvstBee]

6) Midtown: Midtown Lunch reports that Heavenly Burger on Madison and 41st Street is closed. [ML]

7) Midtown: Grub Street notes that Hilton New York's Tuscan restaurant, Etrusca, is shutting down next month. [GS]

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