1) Boerum Hill: The Strongbuzz, NYMag, and the photo posted in the window to the right reveal that Mile End, the hyped up Montreal-style deli on Court St., opened today. Per the Robs: "the bagels come from Montreal, the pickles and stout mustard are made in-house, and the pièce de résistance—Montreal-style smoked meat, in lean, medium, or fatty permutations—is a Creekstone Farms brisket that Bernamoff aggressively seasons and cures, oak-smokes, steams, hand-slices, and layers tenderly on Orwasher’s rye. Status: Certified Open; 97A Hoyt St., nr. Atlantic Ave., Boerum Hill; 718-852-7510.
2) Upper West Side: TONY reports that the former Aix and Bloomingdale Road space is now home to Aged, a second location of a Forest Hills steakhouse: "The signature meat (and the only one that’s dry-aged at the moment) is a 28-day New York strip. Other cuts include filet mignon, hanger steak and double-cut lamb chops. The rest of the menu combines Italian-American staples." Status: Not opening until next month; 2398 Broadway at 88th St., 212-712-0700.
3) Lower East Side: Fork in the Road reports that Atlas Cafe, an import from Williamsburg, has opened on Clinton Street: "the lights are on, there are people behind the counter, and a sign out front advertises H&H bagels, panini, and, of course, coffee to entice laptop jockeys to set up camp there all hours of the day." Status: Certified Open; 37 Clinton St.
4) Prospect Height: Brownstoner shares that a new soccer bar called Woodwork has opened on 583 Vanderbilt. The bar and table tops were made out of recycled wood from a 150-year-old barn from Cambridge, MA. Status: Certified Open by these Yelp reviews; 583 Vanderbilt,