The eatery got its start in the neighborhood earlier this year as a pop-up shop in a local bagel store.
The North Eighth Street restaurant will serve shareable Japanese small plates.
Modeled after Chipotle, the restaurant lets diners choose between rolls, bowls, buns and burgers.
Tori Shin hopes to open at the former home of La Silhouette on West 53rd Street.
Hibino, which has been in Brooklyn for nearly 7 years, opened a second location at 10-70 Jackson Ave.
Ajisai was recently closed by Health Department inspectors for the second time.
Wasabi lets diners choose from more than 50 types of prepackaged sushi pieces.
The cart will also be a "mobile pop-up" at night for chefs looking to rent space, owner Gary Li said.
Shanghai Sogo chef Yunlin Wang serves up healthy Chinese street staples.
The shop specializes in a ganache treat called Nama.
The new eatery on Ditmars Boulevard specializes in grilled meat skewers and hot broth noodles.
The Japanese mega-chain will soon bring its popular cuisine to Times Square.
The weeklong music series kicks off Friday night.
Hibachi Heaven doesn't have tall flames or flying knives, but it's still filling bellies downtown.
Tetsu, at 78 Leonard St., is scheduled to open by January 2013.
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