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Inwood »

Inwood Hot Spot La Marina Closing for Winter

The Dyckman Street establishment is closing until spring in order to repair damage from Hurricane Sandy.

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.

Clinton Hill »

Clinton Hill's New Cafe The Joint Opens in Former Speakeasy Space

The Joint on Myrtle Avenue is already packing in locals.

Washington Heights »

Chipotle Soon to Sling Burritos in Washington Heights

Chipotle will open up shop at 4009 Broadway between West 168th and 169th Streets.

Williamsburg »

'Sweet Chick' to Dish Out Chicken and Waffles on Bedford Avenue

An eatery specializing in chicken and waffles is opening Jan. 1 on Bedford Avenue and North 8th Street.


Customers Pitch in to Help Almondine Bakery, Still Struggling After Sandy

Almondine's DUMBO and Park Slope locations have been shuttered since Hurricane Sandy.

SoHo »

Food Fight Over French Pastry Cart Seeking to Set Up in SoHo

A French baker wants to sell gourmet pastries in Petrosino Square, despite opposition from neighbors.

Murray Hill »

Sarge's Delicatessen Damaged by Raging Fire

Sarge's Delicatessen, the popular Jewish eatery on Third Avenue, was ravaged by a blaze Sunday evening.

Williamsburg »

'La Nonna' Takes South Italy to Williamsburg Waterfront

The Bedford Avenue restaurant is opening a second location on the Williamsburg waterfront.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Restaurants, Bars Ravaged by Sandy Appeal to Fans for Help

Businesses on Van Brunt Street are seeking donations to fund rebuilding efforts.

Lower East Side »

Perfect Picnic Serves Basket-Ready Sandwiches Out of LES Basement

The Perfect Picnic's new shop serves sandwiches and prepackaged meals out of a Ludlow Street basement. 

Williamsburg »

North Brooklyn Businesses Join to Aid Sandy's Hard Hit Areas

From Brooklyn With Love is a new collective of businesses supporting Sandy relief.

Upper East Side »

Third Avenue Ale House to Serve Craft Brews in Former Brother Jimmy's Space

The Third Avenue Ale House will soon serve craft brews in the former Brother Jimmy's space. 

Long Island City »

Historic Waterfront Crabhouse in LIC Closes After Hurricane Sandy Flooding

The landmark Hunters Point restaurant was flooded by 6 feet of water and hopes to reopen in three months.

Crown Heights »

For Businesses in Central Brooklyn, a Silver Lining in Sandy's Dark Cloud

Spared the brunt of the storm, local businesses in central Brooklyn saw success after the hurricane.