Openings & Closings

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

Greenwich Village »

Springbone uses bone broth as a base for the various dishes and drinks on their menu.

Bed-Stuy »

A Gusto, a cafe, bar and bakery, serves dishes including satay chicken steak and spaghetti green curry.

East Village »

The shop has been in the East Village for 98 years.

Gowanus »

Other new businesses in Gowanus include a co-working space for journalists and a taco stand pop-up.

Bed-Stuy »

The spot on Marcus Garvey Boulevard will sell arrangements ranging from $12 to $18, the owner said.

Bed-Stuy »

City Acupuncture Bed-Stuy is slated to open in June with massage therapy and classes, the owner said.

Jackson Heights »

Oceanic Boil has brought the great tradition of crawfish boils to Jackson Heights.

Park Slope »

Go before a line forms outside and it's all over for you and your brunch plans.

Prospect Heights »

The Gowanus-based dessert shop is planning their third Brooklyn location on Dean Street.

Bed-Stuy »

The salon uses polishes free of certain chemicals and offers services to home-bound seniors at no cost.

Midtown »

Sample the latest and greatest from all over the city.

Park Slope »

The restaurant hasn't watered down its menu for American palates, the manager said.

Red Hook »

Red Hook's only CrossFit gym opened in the neighborhood last weekend. 

Long Island City »

The cafe at 26-25 Jackson Ave. will be the company's first in Queens and fifth in NYC.