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Brooklyn Fish Camp, Ochado Ramen, and More Shutter

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1) Park Slope: Brooklyn Fish Camp closed its doors around Labor Day weekend after 10 years in business. According to a Here's Park Slope tipster, the restaurant was forced to shutter by a major rent hike when its lease ended. The owner is now asking $10,500 a month. [Here's Park Slope]

2) Lower East Side: After only three months in business, Ochado Ramen's gate seems to be pulled down for good and its phone is disconnected. [BB]

3) Upper West Side: West Side Market has sold its restaurant Vareli, after putting it on a two week hiatus for "renovations". No word on what might take its place. [Eaterwire]

4) Yorkville: Haru sushi on 3rd Avenue at 76th street is closing on the 15th for a "full redesign," according to its website. The restaurant is expected to reopen later this fall. Meanwhile, Haru Sake Bar, across the street, will remain open. [Eaterwire]

Brooklyn Fish Camp

162 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY