BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The oldest bar in Buffalo is closing its doors, and this time it appears to be for good.
The Buffalo News reports a bankruptcy judge has ordered Ulrich's Tavern to shutdown for not keeping up with its bankruptcy payments.
The state tax department shutdown Ulrich's last year for not paying back taxes. It was able to reopen a few weeks later.
The bar and restaurant on Ellicott Street first opened its doors in 1868.
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