Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Café Nola, closed for back taxes, now closed, period

Schenectady has lost a dining option. Café Nola, closed in early December after falling behind on tax payments, has permanently closed.

The restaurant, which was opened at 617 Union Street in 2010 by Kevin and Robin Brown, was seized by the state Department of Taxation and Finance for $53,000 in unpaid taxes dating back as far as April 2014.

The Daily Gazette reported today that the notice of seizure posted on the restaurant door the day of the closing "was removed in recent days, and the inside of the restaurant appears to be clear of any furniture." In addition, the pohone has been disconnected.

Cafe Nola -- the name is a contraction of New Orleans, LA -- specialized in Cajun and Creole dishes.
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