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Park Slope's Square Pie Pizzeria Campo de' Fiori Closes; Roogla in Cobble Hill Disappears

Farewell to Wash House, a bar-meets-laundromat, and other closures around town.

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Park Slope: Four year old Campo de' Fiori, which was known for its square pizzas, has shuttered recently, reports Here's Park Slope. A construction crew is already gutting the space. Cajun-inspired pizza place Two Boots is moving back into the neighborhood just down 5th Avenue, helping to fill the pizza void.

Cobble Hill: Bakery and cafe Roogla has closed after a fairly short run. The bakery's odd seating and rugelach-focused menu never seemed to quite take off.

East Village: Wash House, the bar-meets-laundromat spot that opened a year ago on first street shuttered, reports EV Grieve. The block association and local community board had strong objects to the business's liquor license.

Brooklyn Heights: It looks like Mexican restaurant Gallito's Kitchen has bitten the dust after only eleven months in business. Brooklyn Heights blog reports several dark nights lately.

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