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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.

East Village »

The coffee shop is named for a constellation once used to navigate in the Southern Hemisphere.

Forest Hills »

Classes at the newest JEI Learning Centers branch will begin next week.

Chinatown »

The former Xi'an Famous Foods location at 67 Bayard St. is now a Dumpling Spot.

Greenwich Village »

New cafe Banter offers Australian coffee and food.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Seasonal ingredients, microgreens and fresh pasta are favorites at the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens eatery.

Park Slope »

Uptown Roasters serves coffee roasted in East Harlem and pastries from Balthazar and Hot Bread Kitchen.

Bed-Stuy »

The new shop is slated to open on Greene Avenue with coffee and pastries.

Crown Heights »

The Ignitia office will set up in a 17,000-square-foot space once used by Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg.

Park Slope »

The restaurant and bar has been open for more than a decade.

Park Slope »

The popular Chelsea Market Korean eatery is opening its first Brooklyn location Wednesday.

Lower East Side »

The cafe's last day is on Sunday, according to employees.

Ditmars »

Vintage will specialize in wine from local and family-owned wineries, according to its owner.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The new location is expected to open at 2 MetroTech Center by late spring or early summer.

Bed-Stuy »

Halsey & Lewis is slated to open in February and will also sell plants and art.