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Thursday Opening Report: Lucy Browne's, Caravaggio Certified Open

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1) Upper East Side: The New York Times reports that Caravaggio has opened in the former Coco Pazzo space: "It is owned by the brothers Giuseppe and Cosimo Bruno, who also own Sistina. A sleek neutral setting is enlivened by murals by Donald Baechler." Status: Certified Open. 23 East 74th St.; (212) 288-1004.

2) Hudson Square: New Orleans eatery and plywood vet Lucy Browne's has officially opened in the former Steak Frites space as predicted. Status: Certified Open. 225 Varick St.; (212) 463-7101.

3) Boerum Hill: Brownstoner brings word that Rebecca's Latin Cuisine has opened. A commenter notes it's good, but incredibly spicy. Status: Certified Open. 218 Hoyt St.

4) Midtown: The New York Times writes that a second location of the long running UES eatery Bistro Le Steak Bar & Lounge has opened. Status: Certified Open. 227 East 56th St.; (212) 207-8777.

5) Midtown: Food in a Nutshell (via ML) shares the news that Golosi has expanded, opening a gelato only shop in Koreatown. The takeaway:"the gelato itself was not the greatest ever. It lacked something, perhaps some creaminess, perhaps tasting a bit too artificial. But Golosi is open until 11 p.m. and, given that I'm not a fan of the frozen yogurt craze, I'm happy to welcome a new convenient gelato shop to the area." Status: Certified Open. 325 5th Avenue.

6) Upper East Side: The New York Times reports that a satellite location of Curry Hill Indo-Chinese spot Chinese Mirch has opened. Status: Unknown. Calls have gone unanswered. 1820 Second Avenue; (212) 828-6400.

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