1) Nolita: Cafe-by-day, bar-by-night The Randolph at Broome has expanded across the street to open Randolph Beer. Grub Street reports that the new location offers three dozen craft beers on tap as well as fancy-fied bar favorites like chicken wings with mojo rojo and beer-battered oysters. Status: Certified Open; 343 Broome Street.
2) West Village: New American restaurant Leyla, named for owner Leyla Maroufi, has opened near Sheridan square, offering straightforward fare like brick chicken and lasagna from chefs Jared Braithwaite and Monique Fiso, both formerly of Public. Leyla currently serves dinner and will begin offering brunch on Easter Sunday.Status: Certified Open; 84 7th Avenue South, (212) 255-7150.
3) Greenwich Village: All-vegan health store Organic Cafe has opened up its eighth retail location by Washington Square Park. Joining six other Manhattan stores and one in the Hamptons, the Village location will sell health food, nutritional supplements, and several lines of juice cleanses. Status: Certified Open; 1 West 8th Street.
4) Astoria: Hinomaru Ramen, a new collaboration between the people who brought you Spot Dessert Bar and Ember Room, is now open. The restaurant serves several different styles of ramen, as well as things like pork buns and rice bowls. Status: Certified Open; 33-18 Ditmars Boulevard
5) Midtown: Clubby female-oriented steakhouse STK has opened a branch of its to-go spinoff STK Out just outside its location in the Grace Building on Sixth Avenue. STK Out's menu includes burgers, wraps, and sides such as sweet potato tots and mac 'n' cheese bites suited to a more casual crowd. Status: Certified Open; 1114 Sixth Avenue.
6) Midtown: Midtown Lunch reports that the area's fourth Potbelly Sandwich Shop has just opened on Fifth Avenue between 34th and 35th streets. The Midwestern import is now dishing out its signature sub sandwiches from no less than seven Manhattan locations. Status: Certified Open; 366 Fifth Avenue.
— Alison Herman.