clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Bruschetteria, East Village Nino's, and More Shutter

New, 1 comment

1) Lower East Side: Bruschetteria at 92 Rivington St. is dunzo. It closed up shop sometime in the last few weeks, but the owners hope to reopen in a new location. [Bowery Boogie]

2) East Village: Nino's, the East Village pizza joint that shuttered and then reopened and then shuttered and then reopened, has shuttered yet again. This time it's for good: workers have cleaned out the place and a "For Rent" sign went up yesterday. [EV Grieve]

3) Financial District: Bonchon on John Street shuttered because of fire in December, and now Fork in the Road notices that there's been no updates on social media or the restaurant's website, and management hasn't responded to any inquiries about its future. Let's call this one a shutter. [VV/FitR]

4) Park Slope: There are two recent shutterings on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope: one is Sun Bo Bo, a Chinese restaurant between 10th and 11th that is done for good. And the short-lived pizza shop Padrino's is done, making way for a place called Tommy's Famous Cheesesteaks & Pizza. It appears that Tommy's is by the same owners as Padrino's. [Here's Park Slope]
[Photo]

Bruschetteria

92 Rivington St., New York, NY

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater New York newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world