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The new eatery, called Lenita, is slated to open at Hanover Square by March.

Crown Heights »

The restaurant will focus on small plates, sandwiches and "well-crafted cocktails," its owner said.

Clinton Hill »

Da Ciro Ristorante will open at 458 Myrtle Ave. after leaving its home of 20 years in Murray Hill.

Central Harlem »

Row House lets friends and family share small plates.

Central Harlem »

Peque, a new restaurant and wine bar, is expected to open in June, the owners said.

Prospect Heights »

The owner said she plans to take a break and wants to take a road trip with her dog.

Kips Bay »

Bee's Knees Baking Co. is also expanding its menu to include wine and tapas.

Gramercy »

Posto owner Antonio Gomez signed a new lease in fear of losing his space, but will now have both spaces.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Beso suffered a devastating fire in October. Now it's back and ready for business.

Prospect Heights »

The duo behind Mason and Mug will offer craft beer and globally inspired small plates on Washington Ave.

Flatiron »

ABC Cocina is hoping to avoid "fanfare" with a quiet opening, restaurant staff said.

Bed-Stuy »

Marcus Vineyard features tapas inspired by countries all over the world.

Greenwich Village »

100 Montaditos will sell serrano ham and Iberico cheese sandwiches starting at $1 each.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Luna Sur will serve up dishes from Spain and Latin America on Ninth Avenue.

Park Slope »

Pierre Loti wine bar, which has three Manhattan locations, is opening its first Brooklyn outpost.