Neil’s Coffee Shop has been evicted from its longtime Upper East Side location | Upper East Site
Neil’s Coffee Shop has been evicted from its longtime Upper East Side location | Upper East Site

Neil’s Coffee Shop Evicted From Longtime Upper East Side Location by City Marshal

ADVERTISEMENT • REMOVE ADS
ADVERTISEMENT • REMOVE ADS
Neil’s Coffee Shop has been evicted from its longtime home at the corner of East 70th Street and Lexington Avenue after filling the bellies of hungry Upper East Side residents for decades. According to court documents, the popular diner has been ar
Already a subscriber? Log in here.

Continue reading with an Upper East Site subscription.


Read More
ADVERTISEMENT • REMOVE ADS
Comments are closed.

2 Comments

  1. In case these greedy landlords forgot, 2021 was rough not only for NY but for the entire country! How do you pay rent when you have no customers because your business is closed due to a pandemic? Maybe they could have worked out some kind of payment plan. All of these long time businesses and stores are being closed by these robber landlords. Where are the politicians to stand up for these small business owners? I love this place – good food, great prices. I hope they can make a comeback. What a loss for the neighborhood and for people who come into that part of NY.

    • Actually Sarah we should be telling the city to give landlords a break and not force them to pay insane amounts of money for property taxes. Then the landlord can give a break to its tenants. Tired of hearing the greedy landlord narrative. It’s the burden the city puts on landlords which then effects the tenants.

ADVERTISEMENT • REMOVE ADS
ADVERTISEMENT • REMOVE ADS
ADVERTISEMENT • REMOVE ADS
ADVERTISEMENT • REMOVE ADS
The Subway Inn is back in business on the UES after an eight month long closure | Upper East Site

Legendary UES Bar The Subway Inn is Back in Business after 8 Month Closure 

Noisy Upper East Side construction site finally installs new mitigation measures | Council Member Julie Menin's Office

Noisy UES Construction Site Finally Installs New Mitigation Measures Thanks to Council Member Menin