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Corner 46 Bodega Left Empty

Photo: QueensPost (Model: Nathan Murray)

July 9, 2010 Staff Report

The bodega at the corner of 46th and Queens Blvd (north side) has appeared to have closed.

All items have been removed from the store.

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That was the ugliest looking store I ever saw. One day it looked like a 99c store. Then a cafe–like Dave’s Bagels. Then a thrift shop. Then a bodega. Then all four at the same time…
These guys didnt have a clue.


Just walked by Rose Restaurant and it appeared to be closed, with a torn vestibule/awning. Did we lose another eatery?


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