Openings & Closings

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DNAinfo rounds up the restaurants and small businesses that open and close in your New York neighborhood.

Park Slope »

Art & Artish is closing and a new cell phone repair spot opened on Fifth Avenue.

East Village »

Owner Jared Shepard said the bar never fully recovered from the extensive storm damage.

West Village »

The former historic speakeasy is reopening as a reservations-only restaurant with $16 cocktails.

Kew Gardens »

An e-cigarette store and juice bar on Lefferts Boulevard closed about two weeks ago.

Inwood »

This week's restaurant roundup includes several new Japanese spots and an Australian take on pub food.

Cobble Hill »

The owners of the shuttered bar are opening a new version on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn.

Greenpoint »

The Manhattan Avenue venue will close its doors on Manhattan Avenue on Nov. 13.

Jackson Heights »

969 NYC Coffee features onigiri and drinks and will expand its menu this winter.

Boerum Hill »

The Italian eatery will take over the former location of Hunter's. 

Central Harlem »

Stephen Brown said he and his wife wanted to add to the hookah scene uptown. 

Park Slope »

Pork Slope closed and Thistle Hill Tavern will shutter as Dale Talde and partners open a new venture.

Little Italy »

The eatery will open its doors Wednesday morning at 8 a.m.

Midtown East »

Chef Iron Judge Donatella Arpaia opened her new pizza joint Prova in Grand Central Terminal on Monday.

Sunset Park »

The fashion outlet will offer up to 70 percent discounts for shoppers at the new Third Avenue shop.