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Los Perros Locos, Three Letters, and More Now Open

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1) Lower East Side: The long-awaited Colombian hot dog shop Los Perros Locos opened yesterday, per Bowery Boogie. The menu features a selection of hot dogs ("los perros"), hamburgers ("hamburguesas"), and more, and starting today it's available for delivery. Status: Certified Open; 201 Allen St., 212-473-1200.

2) Clinton Hill: A new restaurant called Three Letters opens today. It's modeled after the classic French truck stop café and has a menu of French comfort food by chef/co-owner Pip Freeman?an alum of The Grocery in Carroll gardens?that includes entrées like pork bourguignonne and seitan fricasée. The entrées are in the $16 to $18 range. It's open for dinner seven nights a week. Status: Opens Tonight; 930 Fulton St., 718-622-4679.

3) Kips Bay: pcvstBee gets word that Kipsey's Restaurant is also now open. It describes itself as "market-drive American comfort food," with a selection of salads, soups, and entrées like rotisserie chicken. Status: Certified Open; 438 Second Ave.

4) Tribeca: A new Laughing Man Café has opened, Tribeca Citizen writes. This is the third location of the coffee shop mini-chain owned by a pair of Tribecans and actor Hugh Jackman. Status: Certified Open; 54 Reade St.

5) Lower East Side: Here's yet another casual seafood restaurant now open on the LES: The Boil, which as Boogie notes opened recently in the former Panda NYC space. By all appearances, the spot has boiled seafood and Cajun/Louisiana Creole staples. Status: Certified Open; 139 Chrystie St., 212-925-8815.

6) Lower East Side: Also now openon the LES is a new tapas spot called Cata. It's open seven nights a week for dinner, starting at 6 p.m. Status: Certified Open; 245 Bowery, 212-505-2282. UPDATE 1:56 p.m.: Cata gas actually been open since October.
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Los Perros Locos

201 Allen St., New York, NY

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