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Jackson Heights »

'Little Myanmar' Brings Burmese Delicacies to Jackson Heights

The tiny market, which is one of the only places to supply goods from Myanmar, opened on 74th Street.

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

Williamsburg »

The venue is looking to relocate somewhere in Bushwick or Ridgewood, the manager said.

East Williamsburg »

Shea Stadium has to close while dealing with "permitting issues," its owners said on Facebook.

Prospect Heights »

The popular Gowanus pie makers opened a location in Prospect Heights this week.

SoHo »

Piccola Cucina Estiatorio will open on Thompson Street on Wednesday, March 8.

Bed-Stuy »

Diamond Reef opened this month on Atlantic Avenue, with slushies and local beers.

Forest Hills »

Poesie Café at 102-10 Metropolitan Ave. also offers fresh juices and smoothies.   

Park Slope »

Gear to Go will still rent equipment and lead trips, but the retail store is closing.

Concourse »

The fast-food spot will be located at 260 E. 161st St., next to a Starbucks.

Upper East Side »

Owners Daniele Valensi and Alessandra McCarthy couldn't keep up with rising rents, they said. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Meatball Shop's seventh outpost will officially open on Wednesday.

Bed-Stuy »

Bravi Ragazzi will serve its wood-fired, sourdough pizzas at its first U.S. location in Bed-Stuy.

Fort Greene »

Peckish will open this spring between Adelphi Street and Clermont Avenue.

East Village »

The cafe will close its doors for good on Feb. 26, according to a Facebook post.