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When Grandpa’s Pizza Cafe opened up less than four months ago at 2224 Avenue U, I believed we had finally seen the end of the curse on a corner that has seen several unsuccessful businesses come and go. It had good reviews, the decor was nice, and there’s nary another pizzeria for several blocks.

Alas, no. I was wrong. Grandpa’s Pizza Cafe is now closed. According to an online listing, the owner held an auction for the equipment on May 14.

Grandpa’s opened in late January, replacing South Brooklyn Pizza, which had served up pies for less than a yearBefore South Brooklyn Pizza, there was Calabrese Pizza & Restaurant, which was also short-lived. Before that, there was Tai Yuan, which was open for only a few weeks. Tai Shan preceded that – again, surviving only a few months.

That brings us to six restaurants in five years. Maybe somebody ought to give to give a good bar a shot? Or we can always fall back on the local standards. Salon and cell phones, anybody?

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  • Nursie

    We need a REAL kosher Deli!!!

  • Brooklynforthe1%

    its the rent, Brooklyn, will eventually have no local business. Look at kings Highway

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  • Matthew Schless

    Just about every time I would go by that joint (and its previous incarnation) it was devoid of customers. And, what about the new Investors Bank on the corner of Avenue U and Ocean Avenue … it’s always empty.

  • Edward Jaworski

    how about a NY Knicks basketball academy

  • nauticalstar

    Bring back Zig-Zag!