Park Slope

Now Closed: Terroir


Terroir’s Park Slope location at 284 5th Avenue, on the corner of 1st Street, which we all knew would be shuttered eventually after they announced they’d be closing up and finding new tenants for the space back in May, is finally no more. Eater is reporting that they closed for good after dinner service last night.

Opened in this spot in 2012, Terroir still has locations in Tribeca and Murray Hill. Since opening, many neighbors came to love their wines, their brunch, and their fun community initiatives, like when they invited 10-year-old local Chloe Schneider and her friends to create a multimedia collage in the space.

A new tenant has reportedly been secured for the corner storefront, though no word yet on what it will be.

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  1. I genuinely enjoyed the two nights I spent at Terroir. The bartenders were very friendly and helpful with wine selections.

  2. One of the only half way decent places to eat and drink in this entire neighborhood. What is this, the 50th place to close up in the last 6 months? Our neighborhood seems like it’s going through a really rocky patch with regard to commercial rents. There is just NO ONE renting all these places that are vacant!

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