1) Nolita: The space that used to be Ellabess inside the Nolitan Hotel has reopened as Cantine Parisienne. Zagat learns that the menu by chef Marcel Angez is "French with American influence" and that Villa Pacri's Maxime Paul-Mercier is a partner. Status: Certified Open; 30 Kenmare St., 212-966-2740.
3) Flatiron District: The Broadway location of the smash-hit Cambodian sandwich shop Num Pang opened yesterday. This newest location has the same selection of sandwiches, and it's the first to have a beer and wine license, so expect both local and Asian beers, wine, and "Cambodian sangria." Status: Certified Open; 1129 Broadway, 212-647-8889.
3) Gramercy: The former Lyric Diner space has been transformed into a traditional Greek restaurant called Taverna, which pcvstBee notes is now open. The interior has been remodeled but the outside has retained Lyric Diner's neon signage. It opens at 11:30 every day and will start delivery in the next month. Status: Certified Open; 283 Third Ave., 212 -213-2222.
4) Harlem: Coccola, a new Italian restaurant with a selection of pizzas and pastas, is now open, reports Harlem Bespoke. It's owned by the same people as the Manhattanville restaurant Bettolona. Status: Certified Open; 139th at Amsterdam.