Restaurants in SoHo and the Village are offering special menus with diverse influences.
A new Mexican street food restaurant and an eclectic Indian spot open this week.
Campeón opened near Union Square last week, featuring "soft" decor and Mexican street-style food.
Julian Medina's Toloache Thompson opened at 205 Thompson St.
The owner of Leo's Clothing and Records diversified his offerings to draw in new customers.
A new chef at Teqa in Kips Bay has made tequila the center of each dessert.
The Tex-Mex chain is opening in "early 2014" on Sixth Avenue, just south of Bryant Park.
The restaurant has served Forest Hills for 25 years.
The Upper East Side Eatery will feature "bottomless brunch" offerings to celebrate the holiday.
Cochinita in Clinton Hill is showing support for out-of-work federal employees with free burritos.
B'Klyn Burro serves San Francisco-style burritos to Brooklynites.
Chef Roberto Santibañez has quietly announced a fall opening for a 'fun small concept bar/restaurant.'
Calexico hasn't opened its Park Slope location because it hasn't yet gotten a permit to renovate.
The popular Mexican eatery is also planning to add more franchises in Manhattan and a store in Brooklyn.
DNAinfo has the inside scoop on seven great meals you can buy for less than $7.
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