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Upper West Side »

The global restaurant chain wants to open in Brooklyn in 2017, its co-founder said.

Long Island City »

The chain is also planning to open a location in Jackson Heights this fall.

Sunnyside »

Cemitas El Tigre opened its doors Tuesday at 45-14 48th Ave. serving its signature stuffed sandwiches.

Ditmars »

The restaurant will take over the old Okeanos space on Ditmars Boulevard and 35th Street.

Bed-Stuy »

The Mexican eatery on Halsey Street will serve breakfast burritos and tacos, owner David Schneider said.

Fort George »

The Mexican restaurant closed down earlier this summer after about a year in business.

Hudson Heights »

The restaurant closed its 207th Street location last year, but is now open on 181st Street.

Bed-Stuy »

Dishes include beef tongue taquitos, oxtail stew and chicken and chorizo burritos.

Crown Heights »

The plan by the popular Franklin Avenue restaurant was approved by a CB8 committee on Monday night.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The open-air restaurant and lounge will open on West 48th Street on May 5. 

Gowanus »

Baba's Pierogies opens April 25 near Third Avenue and Carroll Street.

Clinton Hill »

Chipotle will open next to Starbucks at 394 Myrtle Ave.

Crown Heights »

Domo Taco plans to open on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights this May; Bobjo will open on Vanderbilt.

Bed-Stuy »

The new Franklin Avenue spot Chilo's features $2.50 tacos and frozen margaritas. 

Fort Greene »

Oaxaca Taqueria is opening its ninth location at 10 Clermont Ave. this week.