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Red Hook »

Sunny's Bar Celebrates its Long-Awaited Reopening

The Conover Street bar held a "rebirthday" party to reopen, 10 months after Hurricane Sandy.

Red Hook »

Sandy-Damaged Sunny's Bar to Reopen, Reports Say

The legendary bar will open its doors Aug. 29 in a grand ceremony, according to reports.

Upper East Side »

96th Street Library to Reopen After Months of Renovations

In a couple of weeks, the branch will reopen following repairs.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Enterprise Space Shuttle Reopens After Hurricane Sandy-Related Repairs

The rebuilt Enterprise pavilion features new exhibits, including artifacts, photos and recordings.

Carroll Gardens »

Smith-9th Street Subway Station Reopens April 26

The station will reopen on Friday, April 26 at 10:30 a.m.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Library To Reopen in April After Sandy Damage

The branch will reopen on April 2 after months of renovation.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Winery Set to Reopen March 1 After Sandy Damage

The winery on Van Dyke Street will open its doors after months of renovations.

Red Hook »

Van Brunt Street Restaurants Reopen For First Time Since Hurricane Sandy

The Good Fork and Homemade in Red Hook began serving patrons for New Year's.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Teddy Roosevelt's Birthplace to Reopen After Six Months of Renovations

After a six-month closure prompted by safety code violations, the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site on East 20th Street will reopen next week.

Downtown »

Southbound N/R Service Returns to Cortlandt Street Station

Originally shuttered by 9/11, the Cortlandt Street N/R station will resume southbound service Tuesday afternoon.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Mars Bar Owner Looking for New Space

The owner of the recently shuttered Mars Bar is reportedly looking at opening a new spot.

Midtown & Theater District »

Salt & Pepper Reopens in Midtown in Beloved Former Irish Pub Hickey's

But the restaurant's owners are in deep debt after the expansion project took months longer than expected.

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