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These 5 food items establishments have shut in Westchester, Rockland

Summertime has introduced lots of openings, but less reported — and typically, tougher to validate — are the closings. No matter if announced on Instagram, Facebook or with an old-fashioned signal, Westchester and Rockland keep on to see dining places close their doorways for a selection of reasons everything from the pandemic to landlord challenges to a relocation. 

Other people basically shut with no warning, leaving an invalid cellphone line, a downed website and unanswered issues. Such is the case at ISO Japanese in Yonkers, where we are however making an attempt to get confirmation on its permanent closing as well as Bar’Lees in Mamaroneck. 

The following closings have been verified:

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The bar, constructed of license plates, a crankshaft, and an old cedar telephone pole, at Knuckles Incorporated in Stony Point Nov. 26, 2018.

As of July 28, Knuckles is shut as a full-time cafe and is now only open up for non-public functions.

Operator Ken Stadt, a car or truck fanatic whose cafe had loads of car or truck memorabilia (like a bar decorated with license plates), explained he tried using as difficult as attainable to keep open up but just identified it also tricky with the present staffing shortage. The cafe, which was also recognized for its Knuckle sandwich (thinly sliced roast beef, mozzarella sticks, hen fingers, fries, sautéed onions and brown gravy on garlic ciabatta bread), opened in Nov. 2018. Simply call or text him at 845-270-2267 or e-mail [email protected] for social gathering details. 146 N. Liberty Dr., stoneknuckle.com

Maison Margaux has closed in Mamaroneck.

Maison Margaux, Mamaroneck 

A spouse and children relocation to Madrid for owner Estelle Rocton-Pailhes means the closure of this French bakery, which had served up Parisian baguettes, macaroons, croque monsieurs  and far more since opening in November 2018. Closed since June 30, it will be changed by Petite Bretagne, a crêperie that should open by the conclusion of August. In addition to crepes, the indication posted on the window says there will also be cakes, waffles, quiches, baguettes, croissants, pain au chocolat and additional. 152 Mamaroneck Ave.