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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 »

The new eatery near Willoughby and Vernon avenues will offer sushi, ramen, smoothies and more.

West Village »

The chef at Pinto Garden was mentored by Per Se's Thomas Keller.

Rego Park »

The chain will open one of its new locations near the 63rd Drive subway station.

Clinton Hill »

Drinks include the Donkey Kong, made with currant bread pudding-infused rum and brûléed bananas.

Astoria »

Bonjour Crepes & Wine's owner says it sets itself apart with ambiance and Hungarian-influenced recipes.

Bed-Stuy »

Home Frite, known for their hand-cut fries with gourmet sauces, will open an eatery in Bed-Stuy.

Bed-Stuy »

The new bakery on Throop Avenue near Decatur Street specializes in custom-designed velvet cakes.

Park Slope »

Flirt Brooklyn will continue selling clothes online and providing sewing lessons.

Crown Heights »

The studio is the latest from the owners of Little Zelda, Hullabaloo Books and Nagle's Bagels.

Crown Heights »

Owner and big-time coffee fan Zalmy Mochkin is opening Dean Street Cafe on Monday.

Bed-Stuy »

The new eatery serves dishes like black tonkotsu and spicy miso ramen.

Concourse »

Bliss Beauty will be replacing the Italian bakery Palombo, which abruptly closed in the spring.

Rego Park »

The new Mexican restaurant will open at 63-34 Woodhaven Blvd. in February.

Rego Park »

The store at 9605 Queens Blvd. will close this spring, according to Sears Holdings.