T-Swirl Crepe, 148 N. 7th St., Williamsburg
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Open Since: June 25, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Gluten-free Japanese Crepes
Devour these hand-held, rice flour, sweet and savory crepes stuffed with blueberry and cheesecake ice cream or shrimp and avocado or Angus short ribs.
Chez Oskar, 310 Malcolm X Blvd., Bedford-Stuyvesant
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Open Since: Early July 2016
Type of Cuisine: French
The popular Fort Greene bistro moves to Bedford-Stuyvesant, open for dinner service and brunch on the weekends. Try the mussels served with french fries, escargots, the “Famous Spicy Lamb Burger,” and more.
Gregorys Coffee, 16 Court St., Brooklyn Heights
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Open Since: June 3, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Coffee
Become a “Gregular” at Gregorys Coffee’s first Brooklyn location. The coffee chain offers reasonable prices and singular customer service. Join the free “Gregular” membership program and get $5 for every $50 you spend.
Daly Pie, 665 Vanderbilt Ave., Prospect Heights
Open Since: June 28, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Pies, sandwiches, salads
Grab lunch with a killer dessert at this new Vanderbilt Avenue cafe in Prospect Heights serving sandwiches, salads and an incredible array of house-made pie slices, cakes, pies and coffee.
Gersi, 316 Court St., Carroll Gardens
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Open Since: July 7, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Italian
A new restaurant focusing on Northern Italian cuisine has opened in the former location of Dosa Royale on Court Street in the neighborhood. Gersi also serves weekend brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Shake Shack, Broadway and Fulton Streets, 2nd floor of Fulton Center, Financial District
Open Since: July 15, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Burger, shakes, fries
The popular chain opened its latest outpost inside glassy FiDi transit hub the Fulton Center, with three new flavors of its frozen “concretes” and breakfast sandwiches, too.
Sweetgreen, 1500 Third Ave., Upper East Side
Open Since: June 13, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Salads, greens and grains
Sweetgreen is expanding across the U.S. and has just opened an Upper East Side location, where customers can customize their salads with locally sourced whole foods and vegetables. The menu is based on what’s in season. The New York summer menu features a Mexican corn elote bowl with warm quinoa, farro, arugula, roasted corn and peppers with local goat cheese and other toppings, as well as the strawberry fields salad that uses arugula, broccoli leaf, local strawberries, mint, cucumbers, feta and other toppings.
Gristmill, 289 Fifth Ave., Park Slope
Open Since: July 13, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Farm-to-table New American
Embrace your love of carbs at Gristmill, where a chef with a pastry background is cooking up wood-fired pizzas and other grain-focused dishes with locally sourced flours.
Galata Mediterranean, 212 E. 34th St. between Second and Third avenues, Murray Hill
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Open Since: April 2016
Type of Cuisine: Mediterranean
Get a taste of the Mediterranean for dinner or head over for the $12.95 lunch special, which includes an appetizer, entreé, and sweets, along with copious amounts of flatbread.
Denino’s, 93 MacDougal St., Greenwich Village
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Open Since: July 12, 2016
Type of Cuisine: Thin-crust pizza
Famed Staten Island thin-crust joint opened their first NYC location outside of Staten Island last week, bringing their beloved "MOR" — mushroom, onion and ricotta — and "Garbage" pies to the Village for lunch and dinner.