BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Dizzy's Diner is the latest popular city restaurant to close its doors for good because of the pandemic.
Dizzy's served the Park Slope community since the late 1990s at the corner of Ninth Street and Eighth Avenue.
But the diner has been facing serious financial problems since the start of the outbreak.
"Having grown up in this neighborhood so may business has come and gone Dizzy's was one of the few that have survived for so long, so it does make me sad, you know its another one that is off the list. Unfortunately, it's a number continuing to grow," said one Park Slope resident.
Dizzy's owner tells BrooklynPaper.com that "people wanted to be there because it was jamming" and that he could not imagine opening up the diner with 25 percent indoor seating.