The NYPD bought hallucinogenic mushrooms and meals at Peter Luger Steak House in the past five years.
Carnem, opening this spring at 318 Fifth Ave., will serve steaks starting at less than $20.
A Mexican restaurant from the owners of 5 Napkin Burger will take over the former Citrus space.
Fogo de Chao is opening a three-floor restaurant on West 53rd Street, its first in New York.
La Brochette, located at 340 Lexington Ave. betweeen 39th and 40th streets, also serves sushi.
The restaurant will be celebrating with unlimited wine and martinis.
Reserve Cut, opening Oct. 15, will feature a selection of kosher, dry-aged prime meat.
At $555, the Arlington Club's "cowboy" rib-eye is best for parties of four or more, restaurateurs say.
Parea Bistro has changed its name to Parea Prime and added steak and raw oysters to its menu.
Sushi such as the "everything smoked salmon" is now available during brunch at Arlington Club.
Delmonico's plans to open a new location on West 36th Street for its 175th anniversary.
Rick's Cabaret spent $3 million for a new spot near Times Square, but won't say where it is.
A new steakhouse, S Prime, in Long Island City, has its own dry-aging room.
Prime KO, where Lindsay Lohan and Snooki have eaten, is drawing complaints from neighbors.
The highly-rated Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse will be opening a spin-off several blocks away.
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