Tax officials, meanwhile, moved on to their next target.
The blog Here's Park Slope reports this morning that Harry Boland's has been locked and marked with an orange sign of its own. The iconically black-and-red bar, on Ninth Street just west of Fifth Avenue, was for me a favorite place to stop after summertime classics concerts in Prospect Park. No word yet on whether it'll reopen.
In the meantime, Slope businesses better tie up their tax-related loose ends. Just like Bay Ridge is a favorite destination of meter maids, Park Slope is clearly the tax marshall's go-to 'hood.