The Marshal came calling Monday at Heart of India, 79 Second Ave. between Fourth Street and Fifth Street.
The Indian restaurant remained closed yesterday. (As always in these cases, this doesn't necessarily mean the end for the business.)
Heart of India opened in April 2010.
Thanks for the comments. I took the Binibon info from The New York Times:
Weeks later, while eating with friends at the BiniBon, an all-night diner at 79 Second Avenue, Mr. Abbott became confused when Richard Adan, a part-time waiter, refused to let him use the bathroom. Within moments Mr. Abbott lured Mr. Adan outside, stabbed him to death and fled. At a Manhattan civil trial in 1990, the jury awarded Ricci Adan, Mr. Adan's widow, $7.57 million in damages, so Mr. Abbott will not receive a penny for the sales of ''In the Belly of the Beast'' or any other writings. At the trial, where he acted as his own lawyer, he told Mrs. Adan her husband's life was ''not worth a dime.'' Now 56, Mr. Abbott will become eligible for parole in June 2001.
Thanks to EVG reader Jonah Bayer for the tip!