Found June 14, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
Mickey Mantle’s, the restaurant and bar in Central Park South named after the New York Yankees great, was shut down on June 5 after not paying rent for months. The sports bar was once part-owned by the Mickey Mantle himself. Mantle died in 1995. Current owner Chris Villano blamed the closing on a dispute with the landlord, shifting city regulations and rising food prices. Next Media Animation took a closer look at the incident and composed a tribute to the Yankees legend.
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