The crowds swarming Lincoln Center meant more customers at local bars and restaurants, owners said.
Many of the businesses were part of the neighborhood for more than 20 years.
A Mexican restaurant from the owners of 5 Napkin Burger will take over the former Citrus space.
The restaurant's owner told Community Board 7 he took expensive steps to remediate its noise problem.
The restaurant must comply with noise-mitigation measures in order to have its permit renewed.
E's Bar is taking over the space formerly occupied by gastropub Slightly Oliver at West 84th St.
The foodie festival is back in its sixth year with new chefs and surprises.
ParkWest owner Peter Coundouris said his refined menu will set the new restaurant apart.
The neighborhood is exploding with places that want to attract a hip crowd and provide nightlife options.
The popular Jewish deli was known for its pastrami and matzo ball soup, among other dishes.
Owner Greg Hunt wants to provide a great place for locals and a sexy cocktail lounge in Cafe Tallulah.
16 Handles opened at West 98th and Broadway, not far from Westside Market's new store.
Cafe Tallulah, the wine bar moving into the former Victor's Cafe space, says it will keep the mural.
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