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Ngam, Beecher's, 2nd Ave. Deli, and More Coming Soon

New 2nd Ave. Deli on the UES via <a href="" rel="nofollow">LC</a>
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1) Upper East Side: Lost City gets a new photo of the new branch of 2nd Avenue Deli coming to Yorkville. [PLYWOOD]

2) Flatiron: A tipster gets a peek inside new, exciting cheese shop and restaurant Beecher's. It looks like the Seattle import is close to opening.
3) East Village: EV Grieve reports that a new Thai spot is coming to 99 Third Ave. Called Ngam, it used to be home to Friend House. [PLYWOOD]

4) Park Slope: Here's Park Slope reports that the Park Heights Stationers and Copy Center at 164 Park Place will be replaced by the second Five Guys Burger and Fries to hit Park Slope. [PLYWOOD]

5) Chelsea: Zagat reports that a new tapas jointEl Cid will be popping up at 174 8th Ave in Chelsea. The restaurant is replacing an old diner. [PLYWOOD]

6) Park Slope: Village Voice reports that PurBird will be opening where Helios (a Greek cafe) once lived, at 82 6th Avenue in Brooklyn. The trademark application for Purbird is said to offer restaurant, cafe, bar services, take out and delivery. [PLYWOOD]

7) Lower East Side: Bowery Boogie reports that a new cafe geared towards food lovers will be opening at 245 Eldridge Street. Zoe Feigenbaum earned her sea legs at Per Se and at local bistro The National. She will be working with neighbors wary of possible noise violations to try and obtain a wine and beer license. The ideal plan would allow for this gastropub to stay open until 11 PM on weekdays, and 11:30 on weekends. [PLYWOOD]

8) Financial District: Fork in the Road takes a sneak peek at Milk Street Cafe, a 23,000 square foot food hall located at 40 Wall Street. It will be opening on June 23 and will involve an oatmeal bar, salad bar, pasta bar, sushi bar, a cafe, rotiserrie, pastries, and other goodies.[PLYWOOD]

9) Lower East Side: Bowery Boogie reports that a new catering concept calledPerfect Picnic at 9 Clinton street in LES will be launched this coming Thursday. Owner Wendy Weston, wanted to bring the perfect European park picnic to New Yorkers and their green spaces. The "classic" picnic option is $28. You can design each meal to your liking, and most will feed 3 people. Until it gets its' wheels in motion, Perfect Picnic will be focusing solely on Battery Park City. [PLYWOOD]

—Maite Alvarez


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