Openings & Closings

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

Flushing »

Uniqlo to Open First Queens Shop in Flushing

Uniqlo will open its first store in the borough in a few weeks. 

Meatpacking District »

Whitney Museum To Throw Opening 'Block Party' on Gansevoort Street

The museum plans to celebrate its opening with a block party May 2.

Gowanus »

Baba's Pierogies Brings Mac and Cheese-Filled Dumplings to Gowanus

Baba's Pierogies opens April 25 near Third Avenue and Carroll Street.

Richmond Hill »

Richmond Hill's First Starbucks Quietly Opens on Metropolitan Avenue

The neighborhood's first Starbucks is located at 132-40 Metropolitan Ave., near Jamaica Hospital.

Upper West Side »

Han Dynasty Days From Opening on Upper West Side

The Sichuan-style eatery is opening in the space formerly occupied by Bocca di Bacco on West 85th St.

Long Island City »

Trattoria L'incontro Chef Opening Italian Eatery in Hunters Point

Acclaimed chef Rocco Sacramone and Tommy Demaras, who owns Cavo, will open Maiella next month.

Astoria »

Astoria's 'King of Falafel' to Open Brick-and-Mortar Eatery

Freddy Zeideia will open a restaurant at 30-15 Broadway next month.

Woodside »

Shelley's Irish Pub Closes After Nearly 70 Years in Woodside

Shelley's closed on Monday night, owners and patrons said.

Crown Heights »

PHOTOS: Asian-Fusion Food Trucks to Open Brick and Mortar Shops in Brooklyn

Domo Taco plans to open on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights this May; Bobjo will open on Vanderbilt.

Bed-Stuy »

Mexican Bar and Backyard Taco Truck Opens in Bed-Stuy

The new Franklin Avenue spot Chilo's features $2.50 tacos and frozen margaritas. 

Fort Greene »

Oaxaca Taqueria Opening New Location Near Brooklyn Navy Yard

Oaxaca Taqueria is opening its ninth location at 10 Clermont Ave. this week.

Kew Gardens »

South Korean Coffee Shop Caffebene Opening in Kew Gardens

Caffebene is slated to open on Queens Boulevard, near Union Turnpike.

West Village »

Dumpling Chain Replacing Shuttered Hudson Street Falafel Restaurant

Dumpling Go recently opened other shops in Greenwich Village and the East Village.