C&C Prosperity Dumpling Offshoot Likewise Closes Shop on Clinton Street

Posted on: May 17th, 2016 at 9:27 am by

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The kid brother of Prosperity Dumpling is likewise cooked, it appears. Several readers have noticed that C&C Prosperity Dumpling on Clinton Street – the outpost opened back in 2011 – is closed without explanation. Grate is locked and the business line is forever a busy signal. No signs or announcements, either.

Thus ends the prosperous era of Prosperity Dumpling on the Lower East Side.

C&C remained afloat even after the back alley kitchen of its Eldridge Street kin was exposed, leading to a city agency sting and closure last August. There had been a brief glimmer of hope earlier this year, though, when word surfaced that Prosperity was moving to Broome Street Little Italy. Clues of an interior build-out were also visible. Yet in the end, a reopening never happened, and that store became a refuge for a nearby tailor shop, as previously disclosed.

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