White Slab Palace Felled by Department of Health

Posted on: June 14th, 2010 at 6:11 am by

Last Thursday, the Department of Health shut down White Slab Palace, pasting its conspicuous neon stickers across the few windows that aren’t cracked.  The Swedish bar-slash-restaurant, located in the former Bank of the United States building at 77 Delancey, has been closed for the past few days.  However, an employee informed us over the weekend that it should reopen sometime today.

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Meanwhile, another new addition to the exterior was recently established – a Swedish flag.

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White Slab Palace was most recently in the news for a taxidermy accident in which one bargoer was clocked in the head by a falling 150-pound stuffed moose caribou head.  The patron filed suit against the restaurant in December.

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