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Rent Wars: Restauranteur Edition

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Minetta Tavern's Keith McNally usually seems to have all the luck, but this time the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York has decided otherwise. The court has ruled that McNally needs to give back his rent-stabilized West Village apartment, which he tried to pass on to his son, Harry, Grub Street reports. The court ruled that McNally Jr. can't keep the apartment because his primary residence is actually his mother's West Village townhouse, as per the elder McNallys' divorce settlement. But we can take comfort from the fact that the younger McNally won't be without a place to live. [Grub Street]