Matsuri and Hiro to Auction off Pieces of NYC Restaurant History

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Now defunct New York institutions Matsuri Restaurant and Hiro Ballroom may be closed but their design legacy will be preserved; in well decorated homes throughout the city. Décor staples from both locales are up for auction. To be held in The Maritime Hotel, the owners of the two venues will hold a live auction of both eateries’ contents Wednesday, April 4 commencing at 2 p.m.

In this special chance for bidders to purchase a remnants of New York City restaurant history, both venues will completely liquidate their physical settings. Bidders can expect items from massive handmade Japanese lanterns, down to flatware and flooring.

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