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.
Trading Post, a 10,000 square foot, "classic American" restaurant, is slated to open by the end of June.
Gary Angiuli plans to make "Back of the Bay" a hot spot for neighborhood residents in St. George.
A combination brewery, bar and restaurant is planned for Douglass Street and Fourth Avenue.
The 200-room boutique includes a restaurant and lounges on the ground floor and roof.
Cory Lopez-Thomas, Williamsburg resident and UES nightlife vet, expects the shop to open Friday.
Fonda chef Roberto Santibañez has applied for a new liquor license at the former Beer Table space.
Bushwick's community board said liquor license talks were detracting from other "public safety issues."
The owners of Bin No. 220 and Keg No. 229 will have a beer and wine shop at Pier 17 this summer.
El Aguila, located at 1215 Lexington Ave. with East 82nd St., serves goat burritos and tacos.
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