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Upper West Side »

Community Board 7 denied a liquor license for a restaurant at the base of a hotel on Riverside Drive. 

Windsor Terrace »

The owners of Brooklyn Commune are opening Butterfunk Kitchen next door.

Central Harlem »

Soul Ramen specialized on making ramen for delivery and takeout orders. 

Crown Heights »

The Crown Heights-based sandwich shop opened a faux food truck at the museum this weekend.

Bed-Stuy »

The eatery serves dishes including espresso-rubbed steak tacos, irie pasta, and chickpea curry.  

Chelsea »

Jun-Men Ramen Bar is located at 249 Ninth Ave. between 25th and 26th streets. 

Prospect Heights »

The new restaurant will have a full bar, seating for about 50 people and a rear patio.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

A new live music venue, empanada shop, juice bar and locally sourced market are opening in the area.

Bed-Stuy »

The owners of the Bedford Avenue restaurant hope to offer healthy and affordable options.

Fort George »

The Mexican restaurant closed down earlier this summer after about a year in business.

Bed-Stuy »

Baron's opens at the former Dekalb Restaurant space with the same look, but different owners and menu.

Upper West Side »

The bakery will have a small eat-in area and offer both delivery and takeout. 

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.

Crown Heights »

The popular bagel shop will open on Franklin Avenue by the end of the summer, its owners said.