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Gascogne, Yagura, Abigail Wine Bar, and More Shutter

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1) Chelsea: Zagat Buzz reports that Gascogne is the latest Eighth Avenue restaurant to close, following Nisos and Redwood Kitchen. [Zagat]

2) Midtown: For what it's worth, the Cosi on 42nd has shuttered. Trouble in flatbread sandwich paradise? [Midtown Lunch]

3) Prospect Heights: Four-year-old coffee shop/wine bar hybrid Abigail Wine Bar & Café shuttered in early September. The owners Abigal Hitchcock and Jason Noble will concentrate on their other restaurant, the 15-year-old West Village spot Camaje Bistro. [PHP]

4) Midtown East: Popular 41st Street Japanese grocer and lunch destination Yagura is closing after service today. According to reports heard by Midtown Lunch, confirmed via a note on Yagura's door, the shutter is a result of lease issues. They are looking for a new location. [Midtown Lunch]

5) Dumbo: A tipster writes in to note that Rice has a sign on the door saying they're "closed until further notice." A message on the restaurant's phone line says the same, and the website says it's "temporarily inaccessible." [EaterWire]
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Gascogne

158 Eighth Ave., New York, NY

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