1) Nolita: Per Se vets Matt Danzer and Ann Redding have opened a Nolita thai restaurant called Uncle Boons, writes Gothamist. The menu's split into "drinking food," or small plates, like roasted oysters or carmelized oxtail, and entrées like Northern Thai-style golden curry or grilled hangar steak. Also: Singha slushies. Status: Certified Open; 7 Spring St., 646-370-6650.
2) East Village: The East Village's favorite soccer bar Nevada Smiths has reopened, Zagat reports, after being forced to move about a year-and-a-half ago. The new location is just a block away from the original, on Third Avenue between 12th and 13th streets. Status: Certified Reopen; 100 Third Ave., 917-402-1510.
3) Fidi: P.J. Clarke's burger joint off-shoot Clarke's Standard opens its second location today on Maiden Lane in the Financial District. As Midtown Lunch notes, it's taking over the space that was Goodburger until that was shuttered by Sandy. Status: Certified Open; 101 Maiden Ln.
4) Lower East Side: The new location of Calexico?the Mexican food cart's third brick-and-mortar but first ever in Manhattan?opened at the end of last week, per Bowery Boogie. It opens daily at noon, staying open until 4 a.m. Thursday to Saturday. Status: Certified Open; 153 Rivington St., 646-590-4172.
5) Crown Heights: Grub Street reports that Glady's, a new sandwich shop by the owner of Morris Grilled Cheese, has opened on Franklin Avenue. It's got a whole lot of stuff made from scratch and grilled cheese sandwiches grilled over an open flame, as well as a cocktail menu (featuring barrel-aged Negronis and "boozy sodas") by bartender Graham Files. Status:Certified Open; 788 Franklin Ave., 718-622-0249.
6) Upper West Side: ParkWest, the new restaurant and bar from the owners of UWS Italian restaurant Pomodoro, opened this weekend, reports DNAinfo. The nine-seat bar serves up a number of different types of picklebacks, and the dining room has things like lamb chops and pork chops on the dinner menu. Brunch is coming soon. Status: Certified Open; 103 W 70th St.