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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.

Clinton Hill »

Otway is being headed by two of the partners behind former cafe Tilda All Day. 

Midtown »

The 1950s-style diner chain's outpost at One Penn Plaza is serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Bed-Stuy »

The new spot on Throop Avenue is slated to open by the spring with arepas and empanadas.

Chelsea »

The Bushwick-based chain roasts its own coffee and uses "ethically sourced" beans.

Astoria »

Trestle is expected to open at Broadway and 34th Street next month, its owner said.

Park Slope »

The 12,000-square-foot bar and restaurant is marketing itself to "true fans," its backers say.

Forest Hills »

Hanover Community Bank will soon open on Austin Street near 71st Road.

East Williamsburg »

Try pizza in The Bronx, cupcakes in Hell's Kitchen, or Asian fusion in Bed-Stuy.

Maspeth »

Jacups Coffee Bistro opened in December, the owners said.

Rego Park »

The store will replace Staples which closed last year. 

East Village »

The bakery's first New York City location is now open in the East Village.

Bed-Stuy »

The new eatery near Willoughby and Vernon avenues will offer sushi, ramen, smoothies and more.

West Village »

The chef at Pinto Garden was mentored by Per Se's Thomas Keller.

Rego Park »

The chain will open one of its new locations near the 63rd Drive subway station.