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A Manhattan Restaurant Was Shut Down When It Was Accused of Serving Rat Soup

TMZ says that the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene closed Gammeeok, a restaurant in Koreatown that was sued last week for reportedly serving two customers a rat body in their soup.

In an interview with the journal, Fabien Levy, the mayor’s spokesman, said, “No New York City restaurant is authorized to put mice or rats on the menu and we are looking further.”

It has been closed by the Health Department, according to a sign displayed outside, while another sign, which appeared on Thursday, says the eatery is closed for “repair.”

Everybody Loves Free Lobster, and Red Lobster is Giving Away as Much as They Can Eat!

According to Restaurant Business, Red Lobster’s Times Square location is holding a free-lobster-all-you-can-eat event on March 28.

Please note the following conditions: As of March 21, you’ll be able to reserve one of the 150 available spots for the event, which will be spread out over three-time slots (from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., and 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.).

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Guests who score a seat can indulge in as many one-pound Maine lobsters as they can eat over the course of two hours at the regular price of $50 per lobster. Other beverages and food items are priced as shown.

Is the Possibility of an H-Mart on the West Side of Manhattan?

H Mart has had a banner year. The Korean supermarket chain has expanded to New York City, with the newest store opening in Long Island City last fall and a lease being inked for an Upper East Side branch just recently.

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Today, the West Side Rag claims that at 210-20 Amsterdam (formerly a Rite Aid) at 69th Street, the firm will open its fifth Manhattan location. Next door at Dupont Dry Cleaners is where the publication got the information.

In Williamsburg, There Will Soon Be a Cafe That Welcomes Dogs.

The Williamsburg outpost of the dog-friendly Boris & Horton Cafe, which first opened in the East Village in 2018, is scheduled to welcome four-legged friends this summer.

It boasts of being the first establishment in New York City where dogs are allowed to hang out with their owners in specific locations, as mandated by the city’s Department of Health.

There will be dog-related activities, such as fundraising events and adoption days, as well as coffee, alcohol, and snacks.

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