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Lumé Is Seized by the Marshals Just Six Months In; Hogar Dulce Hogar in SoHo Closes

Au revoir to Le Petit Bakery and others around the city.

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East Village: Lumé, a French-inspired bar, which opened this spring suddenly closed this week. EV Grieve reports that a marshal’s notice was found on the doors and workers were seen changing the locks.

Soho: Basque restaurant Hogar Dulce Hogar shuttered after just six months, reports DNAinfo. The restaurant’s partners are reportedly in talks to open a new restaurant in the space.

Gramercy: A tipster reports that Italian restaurant Tommy Lasagna has shuttered. The restaurant opened in 2011 and offered specialty lasagnas and homemade pastas.

Fort Greene: Le Petit Bakery on Myrtle Avenue quietly closed back in September, reports Brownstoner. Owners gave their final goodbye in a note on Facebook.

East Village: A note on the door of Pizza Bagel Café on the corner of 14th Street and 1st Avenue says the spot is closed until further notice, reports EV Grieve. The space has been on the market since February.

Washington Heights: Red Room Lounge closed for business due to financial woes last week, states DNAinfo. The bar, which has received 30 noise complaints this year, was a popular home for LGBT community events.

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