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Kamui Den, P.D. O'Hurley's, and More Shutter

1) East Village: Avenue A Japanese restaurant Kamui Den shuttered recently, EV Grieve reported on Monday. For rent signs are up. [EV Grieve]

2) Upper West Side: Just a month after moving into the former home of The Purple Fig because of a rent hike at its previous location, P.D. O'Hurley's has been evicted. Apparently owner Paul Hurley, who also owned the ill-fated Purple Fig, wasn't keeping up on his bills. [West Side Rag]

3) Tribeca: Flor de Sol has shuttered and the space is now for sale, though it looks like the restaurant is likely moving to the Meatpacking District soon. [Tribeca Citizen]

4) Park Slope: Another fro-yo shop bites the dust: Tasti D-Lite on Seventh Avenue in Park Slope is dunzo. Of course, it's not like Park Slope doesn't have any other fro yo options nearby. [Here's Park Slope]

5) Williamsburg: La Borinquena, a 40-year-old breakfast-and-lunch counter and grocery in South Williamsburg, shuttered earlier this week. [DNAinfo]
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Kamui Den

186 Avenue A, New York, NY

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