1) East Village: Gothamist has some intel on the new location of "new generation" pizzeria, Numero 28, which opened its doors last Thursday. This is the third location of the pizza-by-the-inch joint, and it will offer something unique to the East Village Neapolitan pizza scene - a $20 all-you-can-eat-pizza deal for $20, glass of wine included, Monday - Wednesday. Status: Certified open, 176 2nd Ave.
2) FiDi: The Wall Street location of Baoguette is set to open its doors later this week. This is somehow only the forth location of Michael "Bao" Huynh's burgeoning sandwich empire, which has already cut a swath through Midtown, Murray Hill, St. Marks Place, and the West Village. Wall Streeters, rejoice. Status: Calls to the other locations indicate that she may be opening on Friday 9 Maiden Lane between Broadway/Nassau Street, No Phone Yet.
3) Fort Greene: Brownstoner reports that En, a new Nigerian restaurant on Lafayette St., appears to be open. Construction on the space took over two years, due to difficulties with the landmarks regulations. Status: Appears to be open, no phone number to confirm. 11 Lafayette, at Cumberland, no phone yet.
4) Harlem: Uptown Flavor reports that tomorrow is the grand opening of an Applebees on 125th Street at 5th ave. The new location of the nationwide megachain will feature something the others don't: a menu that sources items from local establishments—including Make My Cake—as well as dishes inspired by classic Harlem eateries. The decor of the new spot also incorporates photos and artwork that pay tribute to the neighborhood's history. Status: Opening tomorrow. 1 West 125th Street at 5th Avenue.
[En, photo via Brownstoner]