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Forest Hills »

The restaurant is slated to open at 72-34 Austin St. in mid May. 

Park Slope »

The popular Chelsea Market Korean eatery is opening its first Brooklyn location Wednesday.

Bed-Stuy »

The new eatery near Willoughby and Vernon avenues will offer sushi, ramen, smoothies and more.

Bed-Stuy »

The new eatery serves dishes like black tonkotsu and spicy miso ramen.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Ivan Orkin plans to open a pizzeria and bakery inside the 11th Avenue food court early next year.

Flatiron »

Wagamama is opening its first New York location next to Madison Square Park.

West Village »

MEW MEN serves share plates and five types of ramen soup.

Murray Hill »

Momosan, at 342 Lexington Ave., will be Morimoto's second restaurant currently operating in New York.

Crown Heights »

The eatery, owned by "T&C Izakaya," plans to open in a Franklin Avenue storefront near Park Place.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hide-Chan Ramen will open at 314 W. 53rd St. between Eighth and Ninth avenues in April.

West Village »

One of the bar's most vocal detractors said it's been a good neighbor in its new home.

West Village »

The liquor license committee argued about discouraging top-tier chefs from coming to the neighborhood.

Washington Heights »

The owners of Tampop Ramen want residents to experience the best of Japanese cuisine.

Park Slope »

A second Soup Bowl location is operating at 741 Union St., where Brooklyn Porridge Co. was last winter.

Central Harlem »

Soul Ramen specialized on making ramen for delivery and takeout orders.