New York: how are the restaurants closing down?

Thanks to free ‘Elo watch’ at 242nd Street and Park Avenue. Seafood Restaurant 213 Plaza On Park Avenue Closing in November. Irish Coffee Grill On Park Avenue Closing in November. At the recently closed…

New York: how are the restaurants closing down?

Thanks to free ‘Elo watch’ at 242nd Street and Park Avenue.

Seafood Restaurant 213 Plaza On Park Avenue Closing in November.

Irish Coffee Grill On Park Avenue Closing in November.

At the recently closed Coast Grill 55th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue closing in October.

The Holroyd Ave Boathouse On Park Avenue Closing in September.

MediaMart New York On Park Avenue on Oct 3,

Mr. B’s Presidio on Park Avenue On Oct 3.

At Red Dining Terrace On Park Avenue On Oct 3.

Closed for repairs of Le Parker Meridien on Park Avenue, has no bedded parking and on the menu, vodka martinis and shakes.

Meanwhile, across town, the Dunley Restaurant and Bar in Hell’s Kitchen is closed, pending a possible sale. Credit: Peter Parker

That’s not all. There’s also the Diamond in the Rough on 75th and Park, El Rio Nuevo on East 86th, Catoctin Creek on York Avenue (even before a fire), Chicago Diner on Broadway, the Peach on Park, Surf ‘n’ Turf at Broome Street and Park Avenue, Seashell on Park Avenue, Champions on Park Avenue, Courtside on Park Avenue and Park Avenue, and the Waiting Room on Park Avenue.

Credit: Susan Hill

An earlier version of this story stated the closure of the Diamond in the Rough was supposed to begin on Wednesday.

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