Tiny’s Giant Sandwich Shop Closed for Renovations

Posted on: June 1st, 2011 at 6:40 am by

Don’t be alarmed, fair readers, for Tiny’s Giant Sandwich Shop is not closed for good.  It’s currently in the ER for a quick nip-tuck, and will be back to speed in no time.  Taped to the shuttered roll-down gates at 129 Rivington Street is a letter assuring skeptical residents that the sandwicherie will reopen in short order.

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The note reads:

Dear Friends,

Don’t worry.  We are performing a small spring cleaning but will be back in business shortly to bring you an even better sandwich experience. Stay hungry.

T.G.

That assurance is definitely needed, though, especially given the Tiny’s pedigree for closure.  Indeed, the vegan-friendly eatery closed unannounced last March, causing an outpouring of dread. Four months later, it opened under new management – the same boss behind the now-defunct Neighburrito.

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