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Park Cafe, an unassuming diner located at 82 7th Ave., not far from Grand Army Plaza in Park Slope, has suddenly closed up shop after more than two decades in business.
“Yesterday all was as usual. No word of closing. Now they are gone for good,” a tipster emailed Brownstoner Tuesday night.
On Aug. 6, the diner’s hours sign posted in the window read “Closed permanently. Thank you loyal patrons.”
The mixed-use brownstone building, three units over a storefront, last changed hands in 1989. It has been on and off the market for years, and was asking $4.5 million in 2017.
Will you miss the diner?
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