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Korean Restaurant Gahm Mi Oak Closes After 25 Years; Old Carriage Inn Is Seized for Back-Taxes

Plus more restaurant closures around the city.

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K-Town: A tipster sends word that Gahm Mi Oak has shut down after 25 years in business. The team confirmed that they closed January 1, posting a note on their website and at the restaurant saying: "Once again, we sincerely appreciate your love and support and wish you the best of success for your future endeavors."

Park Slope: Longtime neighborhood dive the Old Carriage Inn has been seized by the state for owing $100,000 in taxes, reports Park Slope Stoop. That's a lot of debt to bounce back from, so things do not look good.

East Village: Just Sweet and Everything Bagel, which took up the first floor of an NYU dorm, both seem to have shuttered. The bagel shop auctioned off its remainders earlier this week, notes EV Grieve.

East Village: After six years, Ella Lounge — which described itself as a den specializing in "Hollywood glamour of the roaring 20s and 30s" — pulled down the gate for the final time around the New Year, notes Bowery Boogie.

Fort Greene: Southern neighborhood staple Maggie Brown closed up shop last Sunday, reports Fort Greene Focus.

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