Once again, it's been proven that in Park Slope, mediocrity just won't cut it. Kohzee Cafe, the unremarkable little diner on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Seventh Street, was shut down by the DOH about a month ago for violations that included "evidence of mice or live mice." Even after being shuttered, however, the owner decided that peeling the DOH sticker off and re-opening illegally would be a good idea, and this back and forth went on for some time, with the DOH returning every day to shut it back down (and dole out more fines, most likely).
The owner appears to have given up, though, and the restaurant has finally shut down for good. Never particularly well-liked and on a corner of the neighborhood that doesn't get much foot traffic, some could argue that Kohzee was doomed from the beginning. If you want to run a successful restaurant in Park Slope, especially in an out of the way part of the neighborhood, serve good food (and keep the mice out)!