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Openings & Closings

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

Central Harlem »

The 100 W. 125th St. store will be the 12th Whole Foods Market in the city, a spokesman said. 

Forest Hills »

The store, at 71-40 Austin St., had a sign posted on its window Wednesday.

Financial District »

There's a "Pay What You'd Like Coffee Happy Hour," from 4 p.m. until close on Friday, May 19.

Upper West Side »

Open Sunday night, the Mediterranean restaurant abruptly closed its doors for good the next morning.

Park Slope »

Waffle Cabin serves traditional Liege waffles that are best eaten without toppings, the owner said.

Ditmars »

The Jumping Bulldog, which has two locations on 23rd Avenue, will close by the end of the month.

Lower East Side »

The beer garden will open atop underground nightclub Mr. Wu's Basement on May 1.

Park Slope »

Brooklyn Owl will have a magic mirror that talks to shoppers to congratulate them on becoming a unicorn.

Lower East Side »

The restaurant will take over the former space of the Golden Carriage Bakery.

Morningside Heights »

The Morningside Heights shop selling handmade gifts from around the world saw a dive in sales in 2016.

Forest Hills »

The restaurant is slated to open at 72-34 Austin St. in mid May. 

Astoria »

Las Catrinas will open at 32-02 Broadway later this month.

Park Slope »

Rainbow bagel inventor Scot Rossillo has been perfecting his multi-hued baking technique for 20 years.