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The Emerald Pub Closes After 43 Years; Campanile Ousted by a High-Rise

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Plus Midtown loses an Irish pub, and the Dove Parlour is being forced out of Greenwich Village.

1) MIDTOWN— A tipster sends word that no-nonsense Irish pub O'Casey's is down for the count. Another Irish bar called Annie Moore's will be taking over the space. [Eaterwire, Crains]

2) TRIBECA— The Emerald Pub, which opened in 1972, has shuttered for good. Much of that block has been closed and revamped to bring in new places like Union Bar + Kitchen and Lazy Point. But it looks like the owner of Emerald Bar might not be out of the business just yet—it's rumored that he's opening a new bar in the former Don Hill's space. [Tribeca Citizen]

3) NOMAD— Northern Italian eatery Campanile has closed after 18 years of business. According to the restaurant's Facebook, the building was sold and the landlord wants to turn it into a high rise. [Facebook]

4) GREENWICH VILLAGE— The Dove Parlour, a hip spot for cocktails and small plates will close in February 2016 and local residents are pretty upset about it. The closure is due to rent hike. [DNAinfo]

5) MIDTOWN WEST — Korean eatery Cafe Duke has shuttered and the space has been gutted. This closure still leaves plenty of options for Korean in the area, though. [Midtown Lunch]

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