PARK SLOPE — High-end Turkish towels, Vietnamese tacos and yet another Tex-Mex restaurant are all coming to Fifth Avenue.
The upscale home goods store Duman Home plans to open next week at 139 Fifth Ave. and St. John's Place, an employee at the shop's Cobble Hill location told DNAinfo New York. The space was last occupied by Back to the Earth natural foods.
Other comings and goings on the restaurant and retail scene include the following:
► A Vietnamese restaurant called 5ive Spice will open in October in the space last occupied by Cypress Avenue at 53 Fifth Ave., Park Slope Stoop reported. The eatery will serve banh xeo tacos (Vietnamese crepes) and banh mi sandwiches.
► A Tex-Mex joint called El Habanero Tex-Mex will move into 315 Fifth Ave., on the corner of Third Street, Here's Park Slope reported. It will replace the cafe 'sNice, which closed in December 2014. It joins a growing list of taco and burrito restaurants on the avenue, including Varrio 408, Lobo, Calexico and Tacos Nuevo Mexico, Here's Park Slope noted.
► Taco Santo, the taco-themed spin-off of Union Street's Palo Santo, closed on Sept. 27, the New York Times reported. Taco Santo, at 669 Union St. near Fourth Avenue, was sold to a new owner, but Palo Santo at 652 Union St. remains open.