Boho Karaoke will move down the block to 152 Orchard St., its owner said.
The Nolita bagel shop plans to serve its Montreal-style bagels in the former bakery on First Avenue.
Meals at Charrúa will be similar to the homemade food owner Gonzalo Bava grew up eating, he said.
The popular Williamsburg winery hopes to open a new spot on Franklin Avenue in late summer.
Eli's Table is located next to Eli Zabar's supermarket, where the restaurant will get its ingredients.
The Hideaway, which has a TriBeCa location, is opening on Peck Slip in the former home of Meade's.
Sticky's Finger Joint is opening a new spot with menu items like Cool Curry Tikka Masala Fingers.
The 600-seat food court will be home to 14 fast-casual restaurants.
The popular restaurant, with five outposts across the city, is coming to 447 Amsterdam Ave.
Julian Medina's Toloache Thompson opened at 205 Thompson St.
Peck's Specialty Foods will carry homemade meats, prepared foods, soups, salads and more.
The Greek, a new eatery at 458 Greenwich St., aims to create a relaxed atmosphere in TriBeCa.
ABC Cocina is hoping to avoid "fanfare" with a quiet opening, restaurant staff said.
Fika will soon return to serving its lattes, chocolates and meatballs on Pearl Street.
Kipsey's offers comfort food with dishes priced between $6 and $13.
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