The new eatery, called Rove, is opening on Austin Street in Forest Hills in August.
The owners recently transferred their lease to an Indian restaurant, they said.
Lance Knowling's Blujeen will serve southern classics with a modern flair.
The tiny eatery is committing to its original goal of being a "neighborhood joint," the owner said.
Nosh Borough, at 25-17 Astoria Blvd., serves comfort food with southern and Asian influences.
Kipsey's offers comfort food with dishes priced between $6 and $13.
Uncle Louie G's and People's Pops have been replaced until spring, with eateries selling warmer foods.
Good Enough to Eat restaurant is losing its lease, to the dismay of fans.
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