Dragon Den & Dungeon Hall in Nyack, Dusty Rose in Rye Brook close

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Dragon Den & Dungeon Hall, Nyack

After a little over a year of activity, the bar-restaurant and table games room closed its doors on July 3.

The Tabletop Games Restaurant and Bar was started by Rockland County native Mike Carr to give those who wanted to start playing tabletop games, like “Magic: The Gathering” and “Dungeons and Dragons”, a chance to try them. Dragon Den & Dungeon Hall opened on the main street of Nyack in February 2021 in the space formerly occupied by the Pour House.

“It’s been a tough year and we thought we could get through it, but unfortunately we couldn’t get through it,” reads the site’s Facebook page. “We appreciate all the love and support we have received over the year and hope to see you again!”

The exterior of Dusty Rose in the Rye Ridge Mall.  The store closed on July 1.

Dusty Rose, Rye Creek

After nearly 35 years in business at the Rye Ridge Mall, the Dusty Rose lingerie and activewear store closed on July 1.

“I have spent more than 34 wonderful years at the Rye Ridge Mall,” Dusty Rose owner Michael Zell said in a statement. “Thanks for a great run.”

For Dusty Rose fans, the store’s second location remains at 170 South Main St. in New City. The store is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday and closed on Sunday.

“The mall won’t be the same without Dusty Rose,” said Rye Ridge Shopping Center leasing agent Erin Hinchey. “We are very grateful to have had their presence and service to the community for the past 35 years. We wish them the best.”

The 3,000 square foot space vacated by Dusty Rose has already been taken over by Madison’s Niche, a lifestyle store offering items like home decor, gifts, accessories, clothing and baby items, set to open its first store in Westchester County in the fall of 2022. The brand already has five locations on Long Island with a sixth on the way.

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