John Doe's will offer craft beer, American food and a large selection of rye whiskey, the owner said.
Branch Ofc. is co-owned by a veteran of local beer hall Franklin Park and Clinton Hill spot Hanson Dry.
The Chelsea spot will serve a similar menu of sliders and poutine, plus dozens of craft beers.
A speakeasy and restaurant are opening in a former rectory that's now part of Limelight Marketplace.
Saturday's Block and Brew is a six-hour block party featuring Sadat X of Brand Nubian.
Co-owner Aron Watman said the as-yet-unnamed bar will serve cocktails and local draft beers.
"The Flying Pig" will soon be called “Austin Public.”
Kalkin Narvilas, who owns Italian eatery Cent'Anni in Crown Heights, is planning a new gastropub.
A bar from the owners of Upper East Side favorite Off the Rails is slated to open in March.
The Flying Pig is opening on Tuesday on Austin Street.
Forest Hills Station House features local brews, and opened last week on Continental Avenue.
An Austrian restaurant on Queens Boulevard in getting a makeover.
Forest Hills residents swarmed the new location of the popular burrito chain.
Gastropub Snowdonia, inspired by Trappist monks, will be serving craft beer and food cooked with suds.
A gastropub called Cricketer's Arms will replace Uncle Mike's at 57 Murray St.
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