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"For Rent" Sign Comes Down From Uncle Moe's 

Since Uncle Moe's Taco and Burrito Shop closed down back in November after 20 years in business on Seventh Avenue between Ninth and Tenth Streets, the double-wide storefront has sat empty and Slopers have been left wanting in the burrito department.

Some promising news, though; the "For Rent" sign has been taken down, so it won't be long before the space has a new tenant.

Whether the next occupant will continue the burrito tradition remains to be seen, however.

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Reader Comments (11)

Uncle Moe's was there for 20 years? Really?

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterParkSlopePerson

I remember when there was a Cousin John's Bakery in half the space within the last 20 years. There was also a wonderful flower shop in that line of stores, but not sure of the location

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRuth

I would like to hereby offer up free sex to whomever steps up to satisfy our hunger for great burritos. I fear, however, that a passionate night with me is only worth like $500, so I call on all civilized citizens of Park Slope, especially the sexy ones, to pledge their bodies in the way that I have pledged mine (no oral). It is in this way that we will entice the greatest practitioners of Mission-style burritos to set up shop in our neighborhood, indulge their sick fantasies with our willing community, and provide us with world-class burritos. Truly a win-win for all!

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBillly Diddles

Dear Bay Area Burritomeisters,

If you've ever had a sick fantasy to nail some guy named "Billy Diddles," it's going to cost you.

I'm going to laugh my butt off when this becomes "Dale Talde's Area Kids."

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterParkPlace

I hope it's a burger bar.

And Billy, why no oral?

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDave

Much as I'd like to see a high-quality taqueria/burrito joint in that space, I'm afraid the rents on Seventh Ave. have reached the point where we can reasonably expect a new Talde emporium or some other redundancy, like a real estate broker, a bar or a burger joint.

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered Commentertimtebow

Hey ParkPlace,

To be clear, the Park-Slope-F-fest isn't going to cost the burrito makers anything. I merely listed my $500 nightly rate as a way to create perceived value. Between you and me, a night with me is worth way way way less (my wife will be happy to confirm this). What I (and hopefully all of Park Slope) is offering here is free diddles (get it: a pun on my name -- hilarious) in exchange for them selling us burritos. Look, I'm as nervous as anyone that they'll take us up on it, but in these times of desperation, we must remain stalwart. If it means getting nailed by some heinous burrito-maker, male or female, then I'm sure I speak for all of Park Slope when I say, "Bring it on!"

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBilly Diddles

Chipotle is doing well in some of the most expensive real estate across the city-no reason to think something similar couldnt do the same on 7th ave.

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJbob

Jbob, your faith is admirable. You're clearly a "glass half-full" kind of person, and I'm certain that everyone who knows you loves you. The streets will run red with the tang of tasty salsa, and it's thanks to warriors like you, oh ye of great faith!

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBillly Diddles

Well, let's split the difference and open a Chipotle with Nate Appleman permanently in the kitchen there.

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterParkPlace

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