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4 New Restaurants and Bars to Try Now

 A to-go store that sells ingredient kits for a home cooked meals is new to the city's food scene.
4 New Places to Try This Weekend
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NEW YORK CITY — A Latin restaurant from the owner of an established pizza joint and a to-go store that sells complete ingredient kits for a home-cooked meal are new to the city's food scene. 

Here are four new eateries New Yorkers can try this weekend:

Nosh Borough at 25-17 Astoria Blvd. in Long Island City, Queens

A waffle-and-taco hybrid dubbed a "wafco" is the standout menu item at Nosh Borough, which opened recently at 25-17 Astoria Blvd. Nosh Borough serves up comfort food with southern and Asian-inspired twists.

Fresh Routes in Union Square Subway Station, Manhattan

A new below-ground food stop underneath 14th Street and Fourth Avenue in Union Square station is selling to-go dinner kits to busy commuters. A Fresh Routes kit contains fresh ingredients, seasonings and recipes so a family can prepare it at home within 30 minutes.

El Barrio Burritos at 796A Franklin Ave. in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

A new California-style Mexican restaurant is open for business with a focus on recipes that have come out of the San Francisco area. El Barrio Burritos is serving up an oversized Bay Area burrito and a San Jose taco with soft shells and plenty of fresh toppings.

Mezcla at 310 Second Ave. in Kips Bay, Manhattan

The owner of Posto Pizza on Second Avenue, Antonio Gomez, opened a Latin restaurant this week a few doors down. Mezcla is serving both Latin and Spanish food with specialties being rotisserie chicken, rabbit paella and tapas.