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SOS Chefs Closes

Posted on | June 11, 2011 | by Jason Casséus | 2 Comments

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SOS Chefs East VillageI’m not sure how the hell I missed this, but on June 1st, EVGrieve reported that SOS Chefs, a high-end chef supplier on Avenue B has closed.  I used to love looking through the shop when it first opened, but I did think that the ingredients were a bit on the expensive side.  Still it’s sad to lose a business in the area.

SOS Chefs ClosesThe owners are ‘going to take some time to discover new things’, but I hope that this won’t take them too far from the East Village as they were always extremely nice.

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SOS Chefs: 104 Avenue B
Images via EVGrieve

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2 Responses to “SOS Chefs Closes”

  1. AveCEater
    June 11th, 2011 @ 12:52 pm

    I always thought that place was a front for something. They were almost never open and were waaaay overpriced

  2. Jason Casséus
    June 11th, 2011 @ 1:01 pm

    Seems like they did a lot of wholesale, I guess we’ll see what comes into the space…

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