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Connecticut Muffin Shutters Two Locations; Hummus Place Temporarily Closed

Plus, Hanjoo shuts down.

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Nolita: After receiving a whopping 77 violation points from the DOH, Prince Street Cafe has shuttered. According to Bowery Boogie inspectors found "improper refrigeration, lack of Food Protection Certificate, and evidence of live rats and roaches in the kitchen/dining areas."

Fort Greene and Brooklyn Heights: Two locations of cafe and bakery chain Connecticut Muffin shuttered recently because of rent hikes, notes DNAinfo.

East Village: A sign hanging in the window of Hummus Place says that it is closed for renovations but doesn't offer any other details, reports EV Grieve.

East Village: An outpost of Flushing's popular Korean cold-noodle shop Hanjoo seems to have ended its live on Saint Mark's, notes EV Grieve. The restaurant is no longer active on Seamless.

Brooklyn Heights: Two signs are hanging in the front of Spanish restaurant Taperia, reports the Brooklyn Heights Blog. One says that Taperia is closed until further notice and another declares that a place called "Eamonn's Is Back!!" No one seems to know much about this comeback tour, but it's likely from the Irish pub by that name that lived for a longtime just down street.

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