Boozy NYC worried about the future of Rosanjin when it peered past a “closed temporarily” sign to see an empty room, but owner Jungjin Park assures us the closure is, indeed, only temporary. The restaurant suffered water damage when a sprinkler burst last month, but it will reopen Thursday. Meanwhile, another Japanese establishment in Tribeca, Archipelago, is still closed nearly two months after shuttering — the outgoing message continues to assure that it will reopen with a new menu and concept.
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