DNAinfo reporters have the inside scoop on the newly opened restaurants and bars in Manhattan.
A bar, restaurant and outdoor area are planned for the former parking garage on Dean Street.
Faye Hess and Jonathan Stirling opened 51st Bakery and Cafe, serving baked goods and sandwiches.
Katie Rosenhouse, who's worked at restaurants including Le Cirque, will open Buttermilk Bakeshop.
The top picks include dry-aged squab, aka pigeon, and chicken roasted over pine needles.
Butcher Bar owner Matthew Katakis and Central owner Nick Neocleous will open Marketa at 37-17 30th Ave.
The new eatery at 43-15 Crescent St. is by the same owners of the popular M. Wells Dinette at MoMA PS1.
Owner Dominic Stiller said he wants to provide a family-friendly meeting place for Long Island City.
Seaport favorites Paris Cafe and the Salty Paw are finally on their way to reopening.
Ham & Jam would sell pre-packaged carryout meals by day and operate as a restaurant at night.
Chef Rocco Sacramone said he's considering opening a second location on the LIC waterfront.
The restaurant will open in the former Marinella space.
Brothers Shaun and Daniel Dougherty opened Crescent Grill at 38-40 Crescent St. in Long Island City.
Susanna Pizzeria serves sandwiches made with thin, folded pizza dough.
The new Greek food spot will likely open in the fall at 522 Ninth Ave.
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