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Crown Heights »

A team from Melbourne just opened their first American eatery on Washington Avenue.

Upper East Side »

Seafood-centric Flora Bar and Flora Coffee are slated to open inside the Met Breuer next month.

Bed-Stuy »

The Australian-style cafe on Decatur Street will stay the same despite the name change, the owner said.


The chain's first Brooklyn location will feature a variety of brews, cocktails and food.

Upper East Side »

In each burglary, Thomas Cronin would ride up on a bike and throw a rock into the window or door.

Bed-Stuy »

The spot on Marcus Garvey Boulevard will sell arrangements ranging from $12 to $18, the owner said.

Mott Haven »

The shop, called Filtered Coffee, will be located at East 134th Street and Third Avenue.

Cobble Hill »

The eatery at 264 Clinton St. is in its soft opening in the former Ted & Honey space.

Bed-Stuy »

The new spot opened on Feb. 22 on the corner of Nostrand and Lafayette avenues.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The new location also offers more seating and power outlets than the original space, its owner said.

Bed-Stuy »

Eva Jean's on Kosciuszko Street and Brooklyn Kettle, a cafe on Putnam Ave., are Bed-Stuy additions.

Bushwick »

Here's a roundup of what's new in Greenpoint, Williamsburg and Bushwick.

Financial District »

Voyager Espresso, inside 110 Williams St., in the underground concourse, opened in December.


Here are the restaurants, bars, and coffee shops that will be open and closed for the holidays.

Port Morris »

Developer Keith Rubenstein will still move forward with plans for new businesses in the neighborhood.