Suzie's Chinese restaurant on Bleecker Street has closed after serving the Village for 39 years.
I can't say anything about Suzie's first-hand, but Brooks of Lost City wrote it up for Eater in 2010. In the post, he called it "one of the only notable, sit-down Chinese eateries left in the Village."
Opened in 1973 by Susie Ying and her relatives, the restaurant went through a renovation and change of menu after Ms. Ying's retirement and subsequent death in 2010. After that, business faltered--though NYU students still loved it.
On the school's blog, a student waxes nostalgic for Suzie's, recalling late-night takeout extravaganzas and that "The space was an authentic Chinese restaurant experience, in vein of the classic Seinfeld episode 'The Chinese Restaurant.' Mildly tacky, but relaxed. Comfortable, with a slight flair. Little umbrellas in the drinks, etc."
One commenter replied, "This is like a death for me."