NEW YORK Twenty-year-old San Domenico NY, one of the city’s first fine-dining Italian restaurants, will close its current location before the lease expires on June 30. Founder Tony May said he is in the process of negotiating leases for new locations in midtown Manhattan. May said he needed a site that would allow him to generate annually the $9 million to $11 million needed to survive in New York’s tough economic climate.“The small guys are going under,” he said.The new restaurant ...

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