Two restaurants that shared the same space at 134 Smith Street, Atomic Wings and Lar’s Pasta to Go, have shuttered and the space is now for rent, reported the blog Pardon Me For Asking. The regional chain Atomic Wings moved into the space in 2009, when it replaced the Boerum Hill Food Company. It served sandwiches, burgers and salads in addition to chicken wings. What do you think would do well at this end of Smith Street?
No More Atomic Wings on Smith Street [PMFA] GMAP
Atomic Wings Picks up the Slack on Smith [Brownstoner]
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