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Lachlan Finally Shutters; Kaz An Nou Will Have an Auction Before They Close

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Cafe Cambodge is seized by the Marshals, and more closures.


Williamsburg: Carl McCoy's gastropub, which replaced Gwynnett St., went on a summer hiatus a few months ago. Now, a tipster sends word that the restaurant has officially shuttered. The twitter account has been deleted and the website is down.

Prospect Heights: Caribbean-French restaurant Kaz An Nou is closing on November 23, after five years in the neighborhood. The owners had no luck renewing their lease, according to a Facebook post. They will possibly package their spicy garlic butter for sale before shuttering and plan to host an auction for all of their furniture and goods, plus, there may be a farewell party.

Alphabet City: French-Cambodia restaurant Cafe Cambodge, which opened in the old Arcane space earlier this year, has been seized by the Marshals, reports EV Grieve.

East Village: The First Avenue location of zPizza, the non-GMO flour pizza shop, has shuttered, according to EV Grieve. The owners operate other locations, including one at JFK.

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