Upper East Side »

Brown is expected to open an intimate French restaurant on East 84th Street.

Jackson Heights »

The Arepa Lady's restaurant will be razed for a new apartment by the end of the year, forcing the move.

Crown Heights »

The 20-tap bar will feature New York State-made cider, beer and wine, the owners said.

Concourse »

Reminiscent of hip-hop's beginnings, each is also claiming it's more authentic than the other.

Washington Heights »

A cycling studio, a yoga studio, and two bars are raising funds and collecting items for Puerto Rico.

Central Harlem »

A fourth generation Harlemite with no experience in food has a best-selling items at Whole Foods.

Elmhurst »

Khao Nom is next to the popular Khao Kang, which serves a rotating menu of authentic Thai food.

East Williamsburg »

The company hopes to gain ground against it retail rival Amazon, which has also eyed space in the city.

Red Hook »

Deployable flood walls, basements that act like bathtubs, super-sized generators and other features.

Astoria »

A local shop owner has started using "Westoria" to refer to a section of Astoria west of 21st Street.

Greenpoint »

It took less than a second to bring down the 22 million pounds of steel.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The new Tiki rum bar, Flatbush Zombie House, is one five new eateries worth a try in the neighborhood.

Kew Gardens »

The bookstore, at 81-63 Lefferts Blvd., will initially be open only on weekends. 

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