Eton, the dumpling joint at 635 Vanderbilt Avenue, has shuttered. The eatery opened a year ago as the second location of the biz; its first home is on Sackett Street. A call to the original Eton confirmed that the space on Vanderbilt will not re-open, but there are no plans to close the space on Sackett Street. You can click through to read the goodbye letter currently posted on the window.
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