An East Meadow restaurant met a sad but familiar fate and shut their doors after opening a business at a reportedly cursed location.
"We know that this is a tough location and we are hoping it does well," General Manager Michael Landesberg told Patch when they opened in March. "Singh Hospitality owns about 10 restaurants on Long Island and we have been doing this for 25 years."
Landesberg reported a "very busy" inaugural period after they opening and said they had a "good start" with lots of positive feedback.
Despite their best efforts, they couldn't overcome the cursed location.
“You can call it jinxed,” company owner Harendra Singh, of Singh Hospitality group, told Newsday after the closing. “You can call it a bad location. It certainly didn’t work out for us.”
What spots in our towns have a difficult time staying open? What businesses surprised you when they shut their doors? How can a business get over a "jinxed" location and draw a good following of consumers in the neighborhood? Tell us in the comments below.