Openings & Closings

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DNAinfo rounds up the restaurants and small businesses that open and close in your New York neighborhood.

Clinton Hill »

Bicycle Florist, Book Binders and Vinyl Music Venue Open in Clinton Hill

Honeysuckle florist, Twigg’s Bindery and Sisters eatery and music venue are moving into the nabe.

East Village »

Benny's Burritos to Close Ave. A Restaurant to Open a Take-Out Spot

Benny's Burritos will close Saturday and then operate a small take-out location.

Long Island City »

Hunters Point Gets Its Second Grocery Store

The new market opened at 50-01 2nd Street on Nov. 14.

Prospect Heights »

Marco's Trattoria to Close as Changes Come to Prospect Heights Dining Scene

Two new spots are opening in the area as Marco's and the Caribbean spot Kaz An Nou close.

West Village »

Brooklyn-Based Coffee Roaster Opens 'Brew School' in West Village

Toby's Estate Coffee is opening its third location at the end of the week on Charles Street.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Bakery to Feature Wall of Candy

Sweethaus will offer cupcakes, macarons and cookie sandwiches in addition to nearly 200 candies.

West Village »

Citi Bike Drove Me Out of Business, West Village Bike Shop Owner Says

HUB Cycles owner George Bliss says business has declined since Citi Bike moved into the neighborhood.

West Village »

Longtime Village Cookbook Shop Closing After Losing Lease

Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks has been on West 10th Street for 15 years but will close in January.

Park Slope »

Eat Free Pizza at Two Boots' Grand Opening in Park Slope

Park Slope's new Two Boots will host a grand opening party Nov. 25 with live music, beer and free pizza.

South Street Seaport »

Crab Boils and Lobster Rolls Coming to the Seaport

The Hideaway, which has a TriBeCa location, is opening on Peck Slip in the former home of Meade's.

Forest Hills »

Longtime German Restaurant Closes in Forest Hills After 3 Decades

Chalet Alpina, at 98-35 Metropolitan Ave., served German food in Forest Hills for about 30 years.

Financial District »

PHOTOS: Pier A Finally Opens After $57M in Repairs

The landmarked, 128-year-old pier at Lower Manhattan's tip has reopened, after years of delays.

Union Square »

Num Pang to Reopen in Union Square With 'Num Cubano' Sandwich

Cambodian sandwich shop  Num Pang is opening at 28 E. 12th St. on Tuesday, across from its original home.

Prospect Heights »

Seafood Restaurant Tygershark to Land on Vanderbilt Avenue

Tygershark is one of three eateries to win approval from the Prospect Heights community board.

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