Tapeo29 Ended its 12-Year Run on Clinton Street Last Week

Posted on: December 6th, 2016 at 5:00 am by
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Spanish tapas standby on Clinton Street, Tapeo29, ended its run on the block last week, capping twelve years in the area.

Owner Ofir Yaloz didn’t specify a reason for the closure, noting only that the decision was “personal.” There might be plans for a new restaurant in the future, but no details beyond that nugget of knowledge.

This means a prime corner joint is now available for the taking. In fact, the 750 square-foot space is already on the market for $7,850 per month.

Yaloz opened Tapeo29 in 2004 when Clinton Street was becoming a burgeoning restaurant row. Times certainly have changed.

He saved the following photo on Facebook, the first ever order taken at Tapeo29.

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