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Welcome to the Friday shutter report. Know of a restaurant that has met its demise? Let us know.

2012_3_aglio.jpg1) East Village It's looks like Cotan, a 1st Avenue sushi restaurant beloved by chef Eddie Huang appears to have closed. And according to the upcoming Community Board 3 agenda, a new restaurant is already vying for the space. [EVG]

2) Nolita: Grub Street learns that year-old Mott Street sandwich spot Oxley's Carvery is closed.

3) Tribeca: Tribeca Citizen learns that Ristorante Aglio, a restaurant that opened just three months ago at 277 Church Street, closed at the end of February. They write: "It’s a sign of how low-key the restaurant was—and/or of the difficulty of standing out in a strip of Italian restaurants—that no one seems to have mentioned it up till now." [TC]

4) Greenwich Village: A tipster writes in: "L'Annam on 13th Street and University Place in Manhattan is Closed. SHUTTERED." Calls to the restaurant go unanswered and they are off Seamless.

Ristorante Aglio

277 Church St., New York, NY

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