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Nicoletta, Rocco, The Butterfly, Elevens All Coming Soon

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On Wednesday, Eater took a look at some of the hot restaurants that are slated to open in the next six months or so. Here now is a collection of plywood photos from several of those restaurants, plus a few of the big fall openings.

1) East Village: Plywood's up on both sides of Michael White's new pizzeria Nicoletta. This is going to be a large restaurant. [PLYWOOD]

2) Tribeca: It looks like White's team has yet to begin work on The Butterfly at 225 West Broadway. This is the new restaurant that's being pitched as "a mid-century style cocktail bar with a supper club feel." [PLWOOD]

3) Lower East Side: Paper is still up in the door of Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya, the new sushi/fried chicken restaurant from the Brombergs, which is now slated to open next week. The windows above the door now have neon lights in the shape of Japanese characters. [PLYWOOD]

4) Upper East Side: Last month, plywood went up outside the new Upper East Side location of Salumeria Rosi at 903 Madison Avenue. Looks like they're on track for a summer opening. [PLYWOOD]

5) Lower East Side: The Mission Chinese team is now transforming the Bia Garden space on Orchard Street. [PLYWOOD]

6) Tribeca: There's not much going on inside the space that will soon house Elevens, although there's now a neon sign over the doorway. [PLYWOOD]

7) Greenwich Village: Paper went up in the windows of Rocco Restaurant last week. This is going to be a new project from the Torrisi Boys. They've kept quiet on the exact details of the concept, but expect a fall opening. [PLYWOOD]
· All Coverage of Plywood [~ENY~]

Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto Il Ristorante

903 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021 212 517 7700 Visit Website

Nicoletta

160 2nd Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10003 (212) 432-1600 Visit Website

The Butterfly

225 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013

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