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Dean & DeLuca Flagship Mysteriously Closes

Signs at the SoHo location, which opened in 1977, say the closing is temporary, but the company is declining to comment. Financial turmoil has resulted in the closure of all its other New York City stores. A Dean & DeLuca spokeswoman said she was hearing only “silence” from Pace Development, the Thai real estate company that bought the cafe and grocery chain in 2014, according to The New York Times.

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