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Terroir Murray Hill to Close Saturday, Leaving Terroir Tribeca as Paul Grieco's Only Wine Bar

This is the third Terroir to close in under a year.

Daniel Krieger

Without much warning, the Murray Hill outpost of Paul Grieco's popular wine bar Terroir has announced it will close this Saturday, after four years of business.

This continues a string of closures for what was once a small empire of wine bars, which only recently split off from its parent restaurant, Hearth, as Grieco and partner Marco Canora parted ways.

Well before the split, Terroir Park Slope was sold, and then shuttered in August. The original East Village Terroir, meanwhile, was a victim of sorts to the split itself; Marco Canora kept ownership of just that location, and recently turned it into his own wine bar, Fifty Paces.

It's unclear why the Murray Hill outpost is closing, though Eater has reached out to Grieco for more details. Though the news doesn't seem to bode well for Terroir as a whole, the Tribeca location is still up and running, and recently applied for a full liquor license so that it can expand its repertoire to hard liquor. That likely means it's planning to stick around, but also could also mean Grieco is feeling the pressure to widen its reach. Twitter promises that Terroir Tribeca is "Terroir HQ" for now, but notes that the High Line outpost will return later this spring.

Terroir Murray Hill

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