Yesterday, months after its First Avenue building was purchased for $5.8 million, Golden Food Market shuttered, ending a run of almost 35 years. [EV Grieve]

On 5th Street, 13-year-old SobaKoh closed for good last Thursday, and it’s owner is returning to Japan. [EV Grieve]

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The owners of Kings County Imperial and Stone Park Cafe aim to open a 43-seat Chinese restaurant at 168 Delancey Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Critic Robert Sietsema praised the new Second Avenue spot Yuan Noodle as “nothing short of spectacular.”[Eater NY]

Nine Inch Nails played pre-overhaul Webster Hall last night, a gig that was announced just hours before it occurred. [Stereogum]

From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. tonight, a sidewalk vendor at the corner of St. Mark’s Place and Avenue A will transform her set-up into the exhibit, “Before we got Starfucked: A Memorial for the Lower East Side before it became the East Village.” [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

A North Brooklyn boutique with two locations, In God We Trust, will host a two-day sample sale this weekend on Greenpoint Avenue. [Greenpointers]