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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

4 New Restaurants to Try Now

A French rotisserie chicken spot, a Nutella bar and a vegan soul food restaurant opened recently.

Long Island City »

Former Astoria Eatery Mundo to Reopen in Long Island City Hotel

Mundo will open in a new space at The Paper Factory Hotel, two years after closing its Astoria location.

Lower East Side »

4 New Restaurants and Bars to Try Now

A gluten-free bakery and pop-up cafe with cats are now open.

Astoria »

Mexico Blvd. Food Truck Owners to Open Restaurant in Astoria

The as-yet-unnamed restaurant will serve an expanded tacos menu and other Mexico City-style eats.

Hudson Heights »

Washington Heights Coffee Shop Adds Beer and Wine to Menu

Cheese plates and pizza are also headed to the cafe, as a chain prepares to open next door.

Kips Bay »

5 New Restaurants and Bars to Try in Manhattan

DNAinfo reporters have the inside scoop on the newly opened restaurants and bars in Manhattan.

Crown Heights »

Artists Plan to Convert Crown Heights Parking Garage Into Concert Venue

A bar, restaurant and outdoor area are planned for the former parking garage on Dean Street.

Long Island City »

Hunters Point Cafe Aims to be Neighborhood Gathering Spot

Faye Hess and Jonathan Stirling opened 51st Bakery and Cafe, serving baked goods and sandwiches.

Park Slope »

Pastry Chef Who Won TV's 'Sweet Genius' Opening Park Slope Bakery

Katie Rosenhouse, who's worked at restaurants including Le Cirque, will open Buttermilk Bakeshop.

Williamsburg »

The Best New Dishes in Brooklyn and Where To Eat Them

The top picks include dry-aged squab, aka pigeon, and chicken roasted over pine needles.

Astoria »

Astoria Restaurant Owners Team Up to Open 'Gastropub Lounge'

Butcher Bar owner Matthew Katakis and Central owner Nick Neocleous will open Marketa at 37-17 30th Ave.

Long Island City »

M. Wells Steakhouse Set to Open in Court Square

The new eatery at 43-15 Crescent St. is by the same owners of the popular M. Wells Dinette at MoMA PS1.

Long Island City »

New Bar in Dutch Kills Aims to Be Gathering Place for Changing Area

Owner Dominic Stiller said he wants to provide a family-friendly meeting place for Long Island City.

South Street Seaport »

Nearly a Year After Sandy, Shuttered Seaport Shops Finally Set to Open

Seaport favorites Paris Cafe and the Salty Paw are finally on their way to reopening.

West Village »

Cafe and Takeout Spot May Replace Longtime Carmine St. Shoe Repair Shop

Ham & Jam would sell pre-packaged carryout meals by day and operate as a restaurant at night.

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