Williamsburg »

4 New Restaurants and Bars For You to Try This Weekend

Try North Carolina-style BBQ, authentic Mexican fare, or German brews this weekend.

Astoria »

Queens-Based 'Cidery' to Kick Off Citywide Hard Cider Week

Descendant Cider Co. of Maspeth will launch at the Queens Kickshaw Friday.

Park Slope »

Nunu Chocolates Opening Park Slope Cafe and 'Tap Room' by Halloween

Customers will be able to drink beer and watch candy being made at Nunu Chocolates on Fifth Avenue.

Corona »

Carve a Pumpkin and Drink Beers at Citi Field's Fall Fest

Mr. and Mrs. Met will also be at the festival to meet with fans.

Central Harlem »

Try a Shark Sandwich at This Harlem Seafood Restaurant

A new seafood restaurant is bringing a little bit of the Caribbean to Harlem.

Concourse »

6 Things for You to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

Psychedelic light shows and Cubism are on this weekend's agenda.

Corona »

City Should Boost Number of Street Cart Permits, Politician Says

State Sen. Jose Peralta also wants to add Health Dept. letter grades and reinstate an oversight panel.

Forest Hills »

Venezuelan Arepas Gain Foodie Fans at Forest Hills Eatery

TuArepa Pizza Cafe is currently the only restaurant serving arepas in Forest Hills, the owners said.

Hunts Point »

Sports Bar to Replace Notorious Hunts Point Strip Club

The Break Time Sports Bar and Grill owners are hoping to get a liquor license for the new bar.

Crown Heights »

4 Ways You Can Support the Crown Heights Cultural Scene This Weekend

Explore the CMJ music festival, the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra and a new food co-op in the area.

Ocean Breeze »

Pizza Place Where de Blasio Ate Slice With Fork Reopened by Health Dept.

The restaurant passed a third health inspection on Monday.

Forest Hills »

Organic Coffee Shop with Vegetarian Menu Opens in Forest Hills

Red Pipe Cafe on Austin Street will also feature live music.

SoHo »

Russian Restaurant Pairs Classical Music Concerts With 5-Course Meals

SoHo restaurant Ariana is launching a weekly classical music series with dishes inspired by the artists.

Park Slope »

'Crunchy' Park Slope Among Neighborhoods Slow to Adopt Composting

Fruit flies and lack of education are blamed for the slow response to the city's composting project.

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