Openings & Closings

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

Long Island City »

Its owner hopes the Queens location is the first in what will eventually be a "global chain."

Forest Hills »

The restaurant was recently damaged by a fire.

Lower East Side »

Its owner said he was closing the pizzeria because the landlord wanted to raze the building, he said.

Upper East Side »

Treadwell Park is opening on First Avenue near East 62nd Street on Dec. 2, a spokeswoman said.

Cobble Hill »

The Cobble Hill cafe will close Nov. 29 after eight years in the neighborhood.

Bed-Stuy »

The new coffee shop on Halsey Street and Malcolm X Boulevard is slated to open at the end of the month.

Lower East Side »

Kitty's a-Go-Go will serve matzo meal fried chicken, "bisgels" and more when it opens Friday.

Crown Heights »

The new space, named "happylucky no.1," opened last week at 734 Nostrand Ave.

Williamsburg »

There was a huge outpouring from loyal customers over loss of the neighborhood gem, the owner said.

Long Island City »

The gym will be in "soft opening" mode for the next few weeks, with a grand opening planned Dec. 10.

Park Slope »

The noodle shop will serve ramen, housemade dumplings and kimchi seafood pancakes.

Bed-Stuy »

The new craft store opens at Nostrand Avenue and Hancock Street this weekend.

Crown Heights »

The Crown Heights-based sandwich shop opened a faux food truck at the museum this weekend.