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My Maki, Pete's Pizza, Andy 'n' Bao, and More Coming Soon

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1) Midtown Lunch: Midtown Lunch learns that My Maki, a new Asian joint on 43rd between Lexington and 3rd Ave. will be opening soon: "You choose the base 10-piece roll, 5.50 for traditional Nori or 6.50 for soybean, select a main ingredient-all are under $3, get two free additional ingredients, outside toppings, and sauces. Or you can go with their signature rolls which are all under $10." [PLYWOOD]

2) Chelsea: It's All Fare reports that Hale & Hearty Soups is opening a branch on 21st and 6th. [PLYWOOD]

3) Lower East Side: Bowery Boogie learns that a new wine bar will open this spring in the former Sweet & Lowdown space. A tipster tells us that Andre Mack (former sommelier at The French Laundry and Per Se) is involved in this project and is one of the owners. He reports, "They are waiting on the liquor license which I'm told is weeks away. we were told the wine bar should bring some fun and interesting wine dynamics to the area. [PLYWOOD]

4) Midtown East: Lost New York runs a photo of a Sprinkles Cupcakes coming to town on 780 Lexington Avenue. [PLYWOOD]

5) North Flatbush: Brownstoner reports that a new branch of 67 Burger is coming to Flatbush Avenue. An employee at the Fort Greene branch of 67 Burger said there was "no set time line for the opening yet." [PLYWOOD]

6) Harlem: Harlem Condo Life was alerted to a new pizzeria coming to 2224 Frederick Douglas Boulevard via Twitter: Bad Horse Pizza. [PLYWOOD]

7) Park Slope: Here's Park Slope attended a friends and family meal for Pete's Pizzeria, opening soon at 289 5th Avenue. [PLYWOOD]

8) Lower East Side: Bowery Boogie reports that Pizza Junkie will reopen under new management in approximately two weeks. Pizza Junkie is located at 11 Stanton Street. [PLYWOOD]

9) Lower East Side Bowery Boogie gets pictures inside Andy 'n' Bao, the restaurant Michael Huynh is opening in the old Bia Garden/Chinito space. A gamed graffiti artist is making a mural on the inner walls. [PLYWOOD]

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