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Summer Tracking: Checking In On Delayed Openings

Around these parts, if you don't get your big, heavily delayed new restaurant open by Memorial Day, you pretty much wait until September, when the elites and the olds get back from their weekend jaunts out of town. While DBGB is a notable exception—she's opening to the public Monday—we're expecting openings to slow down a bit from their already glacial recession-era pace. But one never knows. Time to take a look at some of the most notably expected openings of the year that didn't quite squeak in before Memorial Day.

Calexico
122 Union Street, Red Hook
Last Projection: May
Current Projection: Around two weeks, with an exact date to be set in the coming days.
Further Reading: here

Fatty 'Cue
91 South 6th Street, Brooklyn
Fall Preview Projection: November 2008
Current Projection: "this summer"
Further Reading: here

La Otra
95 Avenue A
Fall Preview Projection: Late September 2008
Current Projection: Unknown. No progress in months.
Further Reading: here and here

Nuela
43 W. 23rd
Fall Preview Projection: October (August before that)
Current Projection: We hear the space is almost done but the owners are still deciding when they want to open.
Further Reading: here and here.

Permanent Brunch
95 First Avenue
Fall Preview Projection: Mid-October 2008
Current Projection: Unknown. No movement since tktk's stop work order.
Further Reading: here and here

SD26
19 E. 26th St.
June '08 Projection: Late spring 2009
Current Projection: Early September
Further Reading: here, here, here, and here

Sho Shaun Hergatt
The Setai, 40 Broad Street
Fall Preview Projection: October/November
Current Projection: June 8th (already taking reservations)
Further Reading: here, here, here, and here.
—Gabe Ulla

Nuela

43 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10010 Visit Website

Fatty 'Cue

91 South 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 Visit Website

SHO Shaun Hergatt

40 Broad Street, New York, NY 10004 Visit Website

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