Lobo, the Brooklyn Tex-Mex place loved more for its margaritas than its food, is closing its Cobble Hill location for a month beginning March 23. The official reason given is renovations, but you have to worry whether restaurants that take an extended break during this economy will actually reopen. There's still plenty of people choking Lobo's tiny hallway at night, so we're hopeful. The restaurant's Park Slope location will be open for lunch to pick up the slack, but Pacifico is your closest tequila alternative.
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