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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.

Bed-Stuy »

Monk's Meats, which sells meatless dishes at Smorgasburg, is opening a shop in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

East Harlem »

The cafe will have locally-sourced food and drinks — and vintage decorations.

Prospect Heights »

The popular Williamsburg-based restaurant is coming to Prospect Heights this spring, its owner said.

Lower East Side »

Get a soft serve dish named for Astor Place or St. Marks Place at the new ice cream shop.

Crown Heights »

Currently, the Bergen Street cafe is serving coffee, pastries and sandwiches with a bigger menu to come.

Bed-Stuy »

The cafe franchise is expanding with a location on Malcolm X Boulevard near Bainbridge Street.

Park Slope »

The mashup of a cheeseburger and burrito will be served in Park Slope.

Park Slope »

The Brooklyn roaster will keep its Bergen Street location as Blue Bottle and Everyman Espresso opens.

Midtown »

The donut shop inside the Westside Highway Car Wash officially opened its new outpost Thursday morning.

Upper West Side »

The longtime Thai restaurant has closed on West 72nd Street.

Park Slope »

Brooklyn comedian Jennifer Salzman is opening Salzy to host comedy showcases and music.

Melrose »

Restaurateur Antonio Vilchis hopes to open Mexicocina Cantina by Dec. 20 at 289 E. 149th St.

Bed-Stuy »

The new fitness center near Brooklyn Avenue is slated to open before Christmas, a representative said.