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1) Lower East Side: Bowery Boogie reports that Little Muenster, a new grilled cheese themed restaurant, will be opening on November 1 on 100 Stanton Street. In addition to offering soups and sandwiches, last month they also secured a wine and beer license approval. Little Muenster will also be using a new delivery concept to avoid the dreaded soggy sandwich with Dutch invention, Toastabag. [PLYWOOD]

2) Lower East Side On November 2, The Orchard House will open on the Lower East Side in the old APL space. Reps say they'll serve "Modern American Cuisine and hand-crafted cocktails in a vibrant setting, with accents that give a nod to the gritty days on the Lower East Side." [POST-PLYWOOD]

3) East Village: To the dismay of East Village residents, EV Grieve spotted Starbucks plywood going up in the old Bean space on First Ave. and Third St. [PLYWOOD]

4) Park Slope: Eran Wajswol’s 120 acre New Jersey farm, Valley Shepherd, is nearing completion of their own brick and mortar shop in Park Slope reports Here’s Park Slope. The shop will offer over 35 varieties of cheeses ranging from $20-$25/lb, along with specialty goods and sandwiches. [POST-PLYWOOD]

5) NoMad: Grub Street reports that Murray Hill's Café Delectica, will be opening a new location on Madison Avenue in the coming weeks. [PLYWOOD]

6) East Village: EV Grieve has a picture of the new Gingersnap Organic sans plywood on E. 7th Street near Avenue A. Gingersnap Organic or [GO] as the awning states, will offer vegan and gluten-free food as well as an in house nutritionist. [POST-PLYWOOD]

6) Park Slope: From Here’s Park Slope: A new farm to table restaurant called M. Helen serving fresh comfort food is opening on the border of Park Slope and Prospect Heights at the corner of Flatbush Ave. and Park Place. [PLYWOOD]

—Alexis deBoschnek

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