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Fort Greene Five Guys, Zito's, Wolfnights, More Coming Soon

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1) West Village: There's a new tiramisu place going in at the corner of Christopher and Hudson streets. Check out the photo above. [PLYWOOD]

2) Fort Greene: A tipster sends in the above photo of a Five Guys going in on Flatbush Ave and Fulton Street in Fort Greene. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

3) Astoria: A tipster sends in a new picture of the plywood at Bare Burger which should be opening soon on 23rd Ave. and 31st St.
4) Lower East Side: New cafe Lost Weekend NYC will be bringing Brooklyn Blue Bottle coffee to Manhattan at 45 Orchard, right on the heels of recently opened nearby Vie, Dora and Cafe Grumpy, reports Bowery Boogie. [PLYWOOD]

5) East Village: EV Grieve notices that Santa Monica's vegan raw and organic restaurant Euphoria Loves Rawvolution will be opening an outpost on East 4th Street between Avenues A and B. [PLYWOOD]

6) Lower East Side: Fork in the Road reports that Three Monkeys on the Lower East Side will be replaced by Wolfnights, a "gourmet wrap" spot. [PLYWOOD]

7) Upper West Side: My Upper West reports that burrito chain Blockheads is opening a new location in October in the former Pudding Stones space at 635 Amsterdam Ave. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

8) Park Slope: Fucked in Park Slope writes that a new operation called Zito's Sandwich Shoppe is opening in the old Peek-a-Boo Kids space on 7th Avenue. The brother-in-laws that are opening it envision it as "a neighborhood joint that serves quality Italian sandwiches" and hope it will be an ode to their childhood home of Bensonhurst. The back portion of the restaurant will have two TVs and the backyard will have a foosball table. [PLYWOOD]

9) Harlem: Fredrick Douglass Boulevard can look forward to a new yogurt shop and a nail salon near the site of area gathering Society Coffee, reports Harlem Gal. [PLYWOOD]

10) Union Square: Coffee shop The Bean is expanding to 12th and Broadway. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

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