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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.

Forest Hills »

Jia Bao Bakery opened earlier this week at 102-30 Queens Blvd. 

Crown Heights »

The 20-tap bar will feature New York State-made cider, beer and wine, the owners said.

Elmhurst »

Khao Nom is next to the popular Khao Kang, which serves a rotating menu of authentic Thai food.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The new Tiki rum bar, Flatbush Zombie House, is one five new eateries worth a try in the neighborhood.

Kew Gardens »

The bookstore, at 81-63 Lefferts Blvd., will initially be open only on weekends. 

Park Slope »

The new Louisiana-style seafood spot will convert to a lounge by night, according to a manager.

Long Island City »

Levante, on Jackson and 43rd avenues, says its pizza is lighter than traditional Neapolitan pies. 

East Harlem »

La Chula is a new Mexican restaurant on 116th Street that offers authentic tacos and margaritas. 

Prospect Heights »

BierWax will combine owner Chris Maestro's two passions: local brewing and vintage music.

Bed-Stuy »

The Mixtape Shop offers coffee, pastries, and a curated selection of dance music from across the globe.

Upper West Side »

Spuntino Bar at 429 Amsterdam Ave. is offering a veggie-focused menu.

Rego Park »

Aroma Progressive Indian Cuisine and Sugar N Coal are slated to open sometime in September. 

Bed-Stuy »

Brown Butter Craft Bar & Kitchen opened Saturday on Tompkins Avenue.

Kew Gardens »

Texas Chicken and Burgers is slated to open at 120-20 Queens Blvd. in October.