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The Wallace, Karam, RSVP, and More Have Shuttered

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1) Clinton Hill: The Wallace, the solid American restaurant on Fulton Street by former Buttermilk Channel chef Jon Wallace, has shuttered after six months in business. The restaurant is having a closing party tonight at 7 p.m. to sell off the remaining booze. [EaterWire]

2) Midtown: Lebanese restaurant Karam has also shuttered. This 45th Street restaurant was an offshoot of a Bay Ridge favorite. [Midtown Lunch]

3) Lower East Side: The not-very-popular Recoup Lounge was shut down by the Department of Health last month, but its vital signs aren't looking good now. It was targeted in the city raids that cited Lolita and others, getting shut down by the DOH in another raid a week later, and remains closed a month later. [Bowery Boogie]

4) Soho: The sceney club/restaurant RSVP was sold recently and has shuttered. Jon B and Seth Levine will hold onto the RSVP name and plan to open a new club in Midtown. Meanwhile, the Soho spot's new owners will eventually reopen it as a new concept. [AtNyNightlife, Zagat]

The Wallace

919 Fulton St., Brooklyn, NY