Death & Company Closed Temporarily Since Fire; Schnitzel & Things Closes for Good in Midtown
Death & Company has been closed since a small fire damaged the bar's kitchen a few days ago, says owner David Kaplan. But Kaplan reassures Fork in the Road that the East Village cocktail bar is finishing up repairs and plans to reopen this week, on Wednesday or Thursday. 433 E. 6th St.
Schnitzel & Things' midtown location closed on Friday. The owners told Midtown Lunch that they're moving a kitchen to Red Hook with plans to open a retail store. The truck will keep operating as it has been and will make an extra effort to stop by the old outpost to satisfy regular customers. 723 Third Ave.
El Jalapeño, a kitschy Mexican restaurant in Park Slope, is on the market and will close when it finds a buyer, Here's Park Slope learned last week. Until then, the spot on President Street will sell its food for 25 percent off and all its beers for $4. 641 President St., Brooklyn
Lansky's Deli on the Upper West Side closed this week because it could not keep up with "rising costs," according to West Side Rag. The Jewish-style eatery was open for six years and last year was the victim of anti-Semitic graffiti that took a reported $100,000 toll on the restaurant. 235 Columbus Ave.
Caliu on Hudson Street has closed, Eater reported. The tapas restaurant from Boqueria's Franco Barrio was open for two years, and Lady Gaga spent a New Year's Eve there. Now it has "For Lease" signs in its window. 557 Hudson St.
Upper West Side restaurant Nonna closed last week. The Italian eatery was owned by the Restaurant Group, which has turned the space into A.G. Bistro. The company also owns A.G. Kitchen and Amigos. It had a soft opening yesterday, West Side Rag reported. 520 Columbus Ave.
Correction: A previous version of this post listed Alex Garcia as a consulting chef at A.G. Bistro, but he has no affiliation with the restaurant.