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Ditmars »

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

Astoria »

The restaurant on Broadway and 41st Street will shut its door Aug. 27 after six years in business.

Fort Greene »

Turmeric ice cream, a hash brown sandwich, and tons of wine are on the menu.

Concourse »

Both restaurants will open in the borough's Concourse neighborhood, close to Yankee Stadium.

Ditmars »

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

Astoria »

Trestle is expected to open at Broadway and 34th Street next month, its owner said.

Astoria »

Salt & Bone is expected to open at 32-07 30th Ave. in Astoria next year, its owners said.

Union Square »

The Blue Water Grill has a new chef and a new oyster bar called Metropolis tucked downstairs.

Astoria »

The Queens Dinner Club will host a meal next week at the upcoming Mothership Meat Company.

Prospect Heights »

"When we catch them in the act, we ask them to take it back," owner David Stockwell said of tippers.

Ditmars »

The eatery on Ditmars Blvd. will feature a basement speakeasy that requires a password to enter.

Woodside »

Dawa's, at 51-18 Skillman Ave., offers seasonal American fare as well as authentic Tibetan dishes.

Gowanus »

Freek's Mill is named after a mill that once stood on the shores of Gowanus Creek.

Park Slope »

Another sushi place and a Korean restaurant are also in the works for Park Slope.

Upper West Side »

The bagel shop will open next fall in a small landmarked space serving sandwiches and salads as well.