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ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

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ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

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ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

ASTORIA – Zenon Taverna, one of the most beloved restaurants of the Greek Diaspora, closed on November 28 after 33 years of operation at 34-10 31st Avenue in Astoria, due in part to the difficulties of running a small business during the COVID pandemic.

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