comfort food

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Chelsea »

Haymaker Bar and Kitchen opened on Friday at 252 W. 29th St. between Seventh and Eighth avenues.

Washington Heights »

The owners of a local wine bar hope to open a craft beer bar Uptown this fall.

Hudson Heights »

Bistro 209 opened last month in the space once occupied by Rusty Mackerel.

East Harlem »

The popular East Harlem eatery will open a second location downtown by the end of the summer.

Upper West Side »

The gluten-free restaurant will open on Amsterdam Avenue July 8. 

Forest Hills »

The new eatery, called Rove, is opening on Austin Street in Forest Hills in August.

Kips Bay »

The owners recently transferred their lease to an Indian restaurant, they said.

Central Harlem »

Lance Knowling's Blujeen will serve southern classics with a modern flair.

Red Hook »

The tiny eatery is committing to its original goal of being a "neighborhood joint," the owner said.

Astoria »

Nosh Borough, at 25-17 Astoria Blvd., serves comfort food with southern and Asian influences.

Kips Bay »

Kipsey's offers comfort food with dishes priced between $6 and $13.

Park Slope »

Uncle Louie G's and People's Pops have been replaced until spring, with eateries selling warmer foods.

Upper West Side »

Good Enough to Eat restaurant is losing its lease, to the dismay of fans.