Openings & Closings

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

Greenpoint »

The venue's two-year stint on Morgan Ave. is coming to an end in October.

Carroll Gardens »

Welsh eatery Sunken Hundred opened this week at 276 Smith St.

Gowanus »

A sign in the window at Station Diner on Fourth Avenue says "Retirement time has arrived!"

DUMBO »

Grab a table at these spots before they get so popular you can't get in.

Sunset Park »

The cafe frequented by Mayor Bill de Blasio is opening a bigger location in Sunset Park.

Park Slope »

Everyman Espresso, Uptown Roasters, Blue Bottle Coffee and another Starbucks are slated for Park Slope.

Lower East Side »

The flagship store at 151 Orchard St. will close on Sept. 30.

Brooklyn Heights »

Jalapa Jar serves breakfast tacos made with scrambled eggs and its signature salsa.

Greenpoint »

The Palace Cafe has been in Geraldine Curtin's family since 1956.

Park Slope »

A friend of the Sheep Station's owner is renovating the space into a new venture called The Douglass.

Crown Heights »

The volunteer-run movie theater is located in a former hair salon on Rogers Avenue.

Fort Greene »

The new restaurant is now open at 15 Vanderbilt Ave. across from the Brooklyn Navy Yard. 

Crown Heights »

The Flatbush Avenue favorite will open on Prospect Place by the end of August, its owners said.

Crown Heights »

The new sports shop in Crown Heights will open next week, the company said.