Burger King will move out by the end of the year, according to real estate broker Barry Nissen.
French bakery Maison Kayser will open its largest city outpost on the Upper East Side this Friday.
Gather Brooklyn's exit leaves uncertainty for the businesses and groups based in 375 Stuyvesant Ave.
Holey Donuts! has operated exclusively online for a decade, shipping frozen doughnuts nationwide.
The Cobble Creperie and Tea Spot is located at 194 Court St. in Cobble Hill.
Reconnect Cafe takes teens off the streets and helps them to learn the "culture of work."
Pumpkin pie ice cream is on the menu at Fort Grace Local.
The new spot will serve up sweet and savory pies as well as its signature coffee starting Monday.
The cafe, owned by a woman who calls herself "SuperFrench," also sells vintage furniture.
S'MAC is now serving Think Coffee, beer and wine for the first time at its Murray Hill location.
Francois Payard will open a new shop on Third Avenue, between 74th and 75th streets, the week of Oct. 29.
The 15th annual Salon du Chocolat will feature special classes on pastries.
Fernanda Capobianco opened the brick-and-mortar shop Vegan Divas on the Upper East Side.
The Australian pie and coffee shop started serving up sweet and savory treats this week.
La Newyorkina, the Mexican sweets stand on the High Line, is now serving pastries, candies, and a spiced Mexican hot chocolate.
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