1) Columbus Circle: Zagat, Grub Street, and The Times report on the opening of Robert Restaurant at the Museum of Arts & Design, just a week after the opening of The Wright, the Guggenheim's shiny new space. This ninth floor restaurant boasts Columbus Circle views, art installations, and American cuisine from chef Brady Duhane who had a brief stint at the unfortunate Union Prime near Union Square. Status: Certified Open. 2 Columbus Circle, 212-299-7730, web.
2) Upper West Side: PR announces that the 'wichcraft at Lincoln Center, the first of the chain's locations on the Upper West Side, opens today. It is located within the The David Rubenstein Atrium and offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a full bar in the evening. Status Certified Opening today; Broadway btwn 62nd street and 63rd Sts., 212-780-0577.
3) Chelsea: Flo Fab notes that Socarrat's new annex, Socarrat Bar de Vinos, is now open. They serve tapas and wine. Status: Certified Open; 261 West 19th Street, 212-462-2244.
4) FiDi: EV Grive unleashes the game changing news that Wall Street Burger (not to be confused with Wall Street Burger Shoppe), a new gastropub from Peter O'Connell and John Ronaghan, the proprietors behind Molly's Pub on Third Avenue and the Paris Bar and Grill on South Street, has opened. Status: Certified Open; 110 John Street.
5) Park Slope: Brownstoner brings word that Kohzee Cafe, a new diner on 6th Avenue and 7th Street in Park Slope, opened last week. Status: Certified Open; 396 6th Ave.
6) East Village: A new Korean restaurant called Nadoori opened yesterday in the former SuRa space on 9th Street between 3rd and 4th Avenues. Status: Certified Open; 105 East 9th St.
7) Park Slope: Fork in the Road spreads the word that a new coffee shop called Cafe 474 opened earlier this week right by the 4th Avenue/9th Street subway stop in Brooklyn: "Cafe 474 carries Blue Sky Bakery's wonderful, fruit-heavy muffins, croissants from Balthazar bakery, and other baked goods from Little Buddy. A cup of coffee procured today was good--dark and toasty but not bitter." Status: Certified Open; 474 5th Ave., Brooklyn