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Ditmars »

River Crest, named after a mental health sanitarium that once stood nearby, will open this winter.

Ditmars »

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

Sunnyside »

Paul Longo and Paul McDaid took over the Molly Blooms space to open Ida's Nearabout.

Long Island City »

Owners of the popular bowling alley and bar will open this summer at 10-22 46th Ave.

Flatiron »

A speakeasy and restaurant are opening in a former rectory that's now part of Limelight Marketplace.

Astoria »

The as-yet-unnamed restaurant will serve an expanded tacos menu and other Mexico City-style eats.

Crown Heights »

A bar, restaurant and outdoor area are planned for the former parking garage on Dean Street.

Crown Heights »

MoVapes in Crown Heights won community support for its liquor license application.

Upper East Side »

The Second Avenue bar is the newest addition to a small but growing cocktail scene in the neighborhood.

West Village »

Bleecker Heights Tavern, a sports bar in the Village, is adding fancier drinks and nicer decor.

Astoria »

The bar is now Hell Gate Tiki, serving cocktails and "Pacific-inspired surf snacks."

Long Island City »

The Baroness evokes "The Three Musketeers" and 19th century France, its owners said.

Gramercy »

A bar that will offer unusual wines by the glass is among newcomers to the neighborhood.

Ditmars »

The owners behind proposed Steinway Street bar Racks are set to go before Community Board 1 next week.

TriBeCa »

Mulino a Vino is opening at 279 Church St. with a sampling of high-end wines including a $4,000 bottle.