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Extra Fancy, The Goodwin, Ovenly All Certified Open

1) Williamsburg: Extra Fancy, the new casual seafood restaurant from Mark Rancourt (Macao Trading Co.) and Robert Krueger (Employees Only), is now open at 302 Metropolitan Ave. Grub Street reports that the restaurant is serving dinner from 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and has a large selection of craft beers and house cocktails available until 4 a.m. Status: Certified Open; 302 Metropolitan Ave., (347) 422-0939

2) West Village: The Goodwin, a trendy small plates restaurant, is now open at 430 Hudson St. Chef Colin Kruzic (Bouley, James) is serving snacks like pigs in a blanket and marrow crostini, as well as several salad and sandwich options. The name comes from Goodwin & Co., the 300 acre tobacco farm that once inhabited the land where the restaurant is located. Status: Certified Open; 430 Hudson St. (212) 929-6181

3) Greenpoint: Ovenly, a former retail-only bakery opened a storefront late last month and has been serving savory and sweet treats along with Stumptown coffee. Owners Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga have both been inspired by their Eastern European heritage and had an underground dessert club and a homemade “Pop-Tarts” company before finally opening Ovenly. Status: Certified Open; 31 Greenpoint Ave., (347) 689-3608

4) Gowanus: Brooklyn Brine founder Shamus Jones has been soft opening his highly anticipated retail shop for the last two weeks. The storefront still has some minor construction to be done but Grubstreet reports that the storefront is officially selling the whole Brooklyn Brine line, as well as a changing menu of lacto-fermented produce. Status: Certified Open; 574A President St., (347) 223-4345

Extra Fancy

302 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211 347-422-0939 Visit Website

Extra Fancy

302 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY