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Rabbithole Restaurant in Williamsburg closing after 15 years

A well-known restaurant in Williamsburg is closing its doors after 15 tears.

News 12 Staff

Oct 2, 2022, 10:16 PM

Updated 624 days ago

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A well-known restaurant in Williamsburg is closing its doors after 15 tears.
Owners of Rabbithole, customers and employees gathered on Sunday to celebrate the restaurants last hours and honor the impact the restaurant had on the neighborhood.
Seats were filled with frequent customers enjoying their last meals there.
“This place is like a home away from home. I’ve been coming here since I’ve moved to New York. I told my friends about it and we just enjoyed the atmosphere,” said one customers.
Owners of the Rabbithole  say they are closing their door to shift their focus on their new business venture, a restaurant called The Monarch on Metropolitan Avenue.
“I think a lot of people came in today to thank us for being here for what we've offered and what we've created and what we're bringing forward into our new place,” said owner Lawrence Elliot.


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