The iconic 85-year-old restaurant is scheduled to reopen in October with new menus and an updated design.
The sports bar and restaurant chain is opening a four-level, 15,000-square-foot eatery on W. 47th St.
Peck's Specialty Foods will carry homemade meats, prepared foods, soups, salads and more.
Little Luzzo's, located at 119 E. 96th St., sells the sweet treat for $1.
Pig 'n' Whistle's newest outpost, at 497 Third Ave., aims for a lively but laid-back vibe.
The shop, slated for 922 Madison Ave., will replace a defunct jewlery store.
Walker Stern and Joseph Ogrodnek, owners of Battersby Brooklyn, are opening a new eatery on Court Street.
Ferdinando's Focacceria has been making spleen sandwiches since 1904.
Fourteen new bars and restaurants are opening soon in the East Village and Lower East Side.
Playland Motel will consist of summer rental rooms, three bars, two restaurants and a retail boutique.
A nine-building portfolio entered the market near West 135th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard.
Dressler, one of South Williamsburg's first upscale eateries, closed Monday.
A bar in the building at 13 Thames St. would be "illegal," the tenants' lawyer said.
Anassa Taverna is located on East 60th Street and Third Avenue.
The cab dispatch app Uber is offering diners rides to the first-ever Bushwick Restaurant Week.
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