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5th Ave near 52nd, (Photo: <a href="http://testofwill.blogspot.com/" rel="nofollow">Femia</a>)
5th Ave near 52nd, (Photo: Femia)

1) East Village: EV Grieve spots some new signage indicating that Tink’s Cafe will be coming soon to the space that formerly housed Body Worship. No other information at this time. [PLYWOOD]

2) Williamsburg: Gourmet Guild will be opening their flagship store in December. From their Facebook page: “Gourmet Guild Williamsburg will feature mainly local and regional vendors, bringing you hand crafted and thoughtfully made food, cleaning supplies, health and beauty supplies, pet products and more. Also featuring a beautiful cafe filled with local favorites and the best espresso.” [PLYWOOD]

3) East Village: The new Pret a Manger going into the old Karen's on Astor space on Astor Place is moving forward. Signage is up and equipment is being moved in. [PLYWOOD]

4) Greenwich Village: The Village Voice has the scoop on frozen yogurt chain 16 Handles, who plan to open their fourth NYC branch with even more in the works. As the name suggests, they offer 16 flavors of fro-yo with a huge variety of toppings available, plus ice cream cakes. [PLYWOOD]

5) Williamsburg: The new location of Williamsburg favorite The Bagel Store now has signage up. This new spot on Bedford and South 4th will replace the original Bagel Store on Bedford and Metropolitan as soon as this month. [PLYWOOD]

6) Midtown: Roving photog Will Femia notices a new branch of Lindt Chocolates is going in on 5th Avenue near 52nd St. [PLYWOOD]

7) Park Slope: The Park Slope Patch has some new info on the restaurant formerly known as M. Helen Kitchen. It's now going to be named Carlton Park. It will serve seasonal American fare, with entrees priced between $15 and $22. They hope to open in Mid-January. [PLYWOOD]
-Sarah Rose

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