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Lower East Side »

The Brooklyn eatery plans to open its new Clinton Street outpost next month, its co-owner said.

Lower East Side »

Its owner said he was closing the pizzeria because the landlord wanted to raze the building, he said.

Upper East Side »

Service Station will offer an outdoor bar with guest DJs and arcade games during the weekends.

Yorkville »

The restaurant failed an inspection on September 24.

Upper East Side »

In light of de Blasio's recent trip to Shake Shack, we rounded up some of his favorite places to eat.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The pair ran away empty-handed from Corona Pizzeria on Rogers Avenue, police said.

Upper West Side »

The bakery will have a small eat-in area and offer both delivery and takeout. 

Upper East Side »

The longtime restaurant owners reopened just a block away from its original location.

Bed-Stuy »

The Italian restaurant will open a bar next to its Halsey Street location in February.

Williamsburg »

The victim's nose was broken and his face was cut and bruised in the Williamsburg attack, police said.

University Heights »

Nearly 170 firefighters were battling a fire in The Bronx Wednesday, officials said.

New Brighton »

The suspects broke into the shop and took cash from the ATM and register, police said.

East Village »

Nino's Pizza on the corner of Avenue A and St. Mark's Place failed its inspection Monday, records show.