I was curious if that was permanent. This sign now greets potential Le Soukers.
I asked Stacie, a resident who has lived nearby for a lot longer than the eight years that Le Souk has been around, for her take:
Yep -- it's closed. No dining, no drinking, no dancing, no parties. No bouncers, no crowds, no fights. No honking, no puking, no throbbing (music), no nothing.
With Le Souk's departure and the closure of Layaly, only one Hookah bar, the Horus Cafe, remains along the Avenue B corridor...