Berg'n, a new food and drink venue from the creators of Smorgasburg, opened this week.
Project 1919 is a short-term pop-up speakeasy behind Mulberry Project in Nolita.
Congress at 208 Court St., the former location of an old-fashioned veggie shop, will open Dec. 20.
The Tex-Mex chain is opening in "early 2014" on Sixth Avenue, just south of Bryant Park.
La Brochette, located at 340 Lexington Ave. betweeen 39th and 40th streets, also serves sushi.
The Mexican restaurant has filed a liquor-license application at 276 Smith St.
The restaurant will be celebrating with unlimited wine and martinis.
Austrian-born street artist NYCHOS will display a solo exhibit at the Mighty Tanaka gallery.
Atrium DUMBO opened at 15 Main St. on July 25.
The owner of eShave, soon to open on Third Avenue, said her products make men and women irresistible.
Harlem's newest restaurant, 2647, will offer southern food and 12 high-definition TVs.
Diners at The Park 112 will be able to sample wines or pour whole glasses using an Enomatic machine.
The new eatery will open July 24 in the former Sunburnt Calf space on West 79th Street.
Pig 'n' Whistle's newest outpost, at 497 Third Ave., aims for a lively but laid-back vibe.
Cory Lopez-Thomas, Williamsburg resident and UES nightlife vet, expects the shop to open Friday.
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