The Slaughterhouse

This is where restaurants and steakhouses go to die. The insanely competitive food industry in NYC has chewed these places up and spit them out. They’ve been ground up into chopped meat, thoroughly digested, crapped out and flushed down the foul bowels of this great city. For some, I’m sad to see that they’ve closed shop. For others, not so much. Throughout the website, if you see a link in red, like this, then that means the place is closed. I usually say so right beside the link, but figured I’d let you know here just in case. Below is a list of closed restaurants that I’ve reviewed here on the site at some point.

  • 21 Main
  • Abe & Arthur’s
  • AJ Maxwell’s
  • Angry Chicken
  • The Back Room at One57
  • Baluchi’s
  • Ben Benson’s
  • Betony
  • Bill’s Food & Drink (Now “Bill’s Townhouse”)
  • Braai (Now “Laboratorio”)
  • BV’s Grill
  • Carnem
  • Cattlemen’s
  • Churrascaria Tribeca
  • Chutney Kitchen
  • Coba 53
  • Costata
  • Clarke’s Standard (Union Square)
  • Da Marcella Taverna
  • David Burke Fabrick
  • Desmond’s Steakhouse
  • Dylan Prime
  • El Colmado Butchery
  • Empire Steakhouse (52nd)
  • Fish Bar
  • Flight
  • The General
  • Hooters (Midtown West)
  • Hummus 21
  • J&R (Patchogue)
  • Kokum
  • Maison O
  • Major’s
  • Montmartre (CLOSING 3/16)
  • Murtha’s
  • Pace’s (Port Jefferson)
  • Parea Prime
  • The Pines
  • Prime & Beyond
  • Primehouse
  • Resto
  • Rothman’s
  • Rub
  • Saigon 9 West Vietnamese Cafe
  • Scarpetta
  • Shula’s
  • Skal
  • Smokin’ Al’s
  • Spanky’s
  • Stecchino
  • Terakawa Ramen (Flatiron)
  • Torrisi
  • Via Della Pace
  • Vic & Anthony’s
  • Village Prime
  • Vive Le Crepe
  • Wildwood BBQ

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