Good Guys, the burger-fries-salad-wraps-waffles-smoothie eatery that replaced a Subway on Second Avenue, has closed. Paper went up on the windows this week. The place opened in late December.
We honestly never saw anyone in the place (though we know that Blue Glass tried a burger once). The menu was about the length of the block. Seemed to try to do too much. (And those sidewalk flags. And that unfortunate typo.)
We spotted an add on Craigslist noting a sale of the equipment here. The add says "we have a list of used restaurant equipment that we are looking to sell in a timely manner. All equipment was purchased aprox 6 months ago. we have acquired this space and do not have use for these pieces of equipment."
So it sounds as if a new tenant has something else planned here that doesn't include:
-Soda machine with custom cabinet and drain system with Ice machine attached.
-food service counter with soda cup dispenser.
-waring Belgium waffle machine
Meanwhile, about 500 Good Guys business cards are in the gutter on Second Avenue.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Second Avenue Subway now a Good Guys Burger
Another East Village Subway closes
Puts the 'Ass' in Classic Burger