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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.

Carroll Gardens »

The Smith Street bar will pour its last drink Oct. 21, the owner said. 

Upper East Side »

Try a few twists on traditional Mexican food or splurge with Wolfgang Puck's first NYC steakhouse.

Hudson Square »

Harold Moore was the chef at the West Village neighborhood favorite, Commerce, on Commerce Street.

Rego Park »

The popular burrito chain will open its new outpost at the Rego Center Mall.

Gowanus »

Zuzu Ramen closed, Giovanni's Brooklyn Eats expanded and there's another Starbucks on Seventh Avenue.

West Village »

MEW MEN serves share plates and five types of ramen soup.

Meatpacking District »

Tesla inked a lease for 860 Washington St., the Real Deal reported.

Forest Hills »

The store at 70-40 Austin St. closed after more than 20 years in business.

Astoria »

The Southern fried chicken and biscuits eatery opened last summer on 30th Avenue and 42nd Street.

Crown Heights »

A team from Melbourne just opened their first American eatery on Washington Avenue.

Crown Heights »

The bar, owned by the team behind Hollow Nickel, will serve booze, savory snacks and sandwiches.

Meiers Corners »

Schaffer's Tavern, one of Staten Island's oldest, will make way for a new Victory State Bank branch.

Upper East Side »

Brown is expected to open an intimate French restaurant on East 84th Street.

East Village »

Guac will celebrate its grand opening this Friday, Sept. 16.