GREENPOINT — Seafood and doughnuts are on the way to Nassau Avenue, with two new spots opening by the end of the month.
Greenpoint Fish and Lobster, a market and restaurant focused on sustainable seafood, will launch at 114 Nassau Ave. on July 30, according to a spokeswoman.
And Moe's Doughs plans to open its doors at 126 Nassau Ave. by the end of the month, said owner Mohamed Saleh — offering all sorts of doughnuts, cookies and pastries.
Greenpoint Fish and Lobster, owned by Vinny Milburn and Adam Geringer-Dunn, will serve chowders, fish tacos, sandwiches, clams, oysters and steamed and fried seafood plates.
Saleh, the owner of Moe's Doughs, has lived in the neighborhood for more than 25 years, he said.
The Egypt native said his new store will offer a wide variety of freshly baked pastries.
"Nothing is frozen," he said. "Everything is going to be made fresh in the store daily."
Doughnut flavors will include many classics, like vanilla frosted, chocolate cake and Boston cream doughnuts.
Moe's Doughs will also have cinnamon buns and muffins, Saleh said.