A farm-to-table wine bar and Russian-themed restaurant with vodka on tap recently opened.
Vegan ice cream and a bar with wine on tap are some of the recent additions to the city's food scene.
Dozens of new restaurants and businesses launched on the Upper West Side this year.
Eli Zabar opened a high-end farm-to-table restaurant and a mustard shop appeared on the Upper West Side.
The restaurant opened about two weeks ago on River Avenue and 161st Street.
St. George's Tavern, opening in a landmarked former church, will serve American and Chinese food.
Sweet Jane's opened on 24th Avenue, with a focus on healthy treats.
Berg'n will hold a job fair Tuesday to fill as many as 45 positions before it opens.
Modeled after Chipotle, the restaurant lets diners choose between rolls, bowls, buns and burgers.
A speakeasy and restaurant are opening in a former rectory that's now part of Limelight Marketplace.
A Nutella shake will be on the menu at Burger Heights on Wadsworth Avenue.
Old Tbilisi, formerly located on Kings Highway, will serve Georgian favorites in the Village.
Shake Shack and TD Bank are among the tenants leasing space within blocks of Barclays Center this year.
The 600-seat food court will be home to 14 fast-casual restaurants.
A French rotisserie chicken spot, a Nutella bar and a vegan soul food restaurant opened recently.
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