Thursday, May 12, 2016
In Vino closes for good on East 4th Street after service on Monday
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After 13 years of serving Italian fare on East Fourth Street, In Vino is closing on Monday night.
The rustic restaurant, which opened in 2003, is owned by East Village resident Keith Beavers. (Updated: See the comments with more from Keith.)
A rent increase is not behind the closure — just a financial issue. "Weekday business just hadn't lived up to what it has been in the past," In Vino manager Dana Worstall told us via email.
As In Vino preps to close, starting tonight, wine glass pours will be $5 and bottles will be 50 percent off. In Vino, at 215 E. Fourth St. between Avenue A and Avenue B. is open 5-11 p.m. weekdays; until midnight Friday and Saturday.