1) Greenwich Village: The first stand-alone location of Stumptown Coffee opened over the weekend on West Eighth Street, reports Zagat. This one has two bars?a regular coffee bar (with cold brew on tap) in the front, and a more in-depth bar with a variety of different brew methods in the back, designed for one-on-one interaction with the barista. Per the Times earlier this month, that back bar will also have demonstrations and free cuppings. Status: Certified Open; 30 West Eighth St.
2) Kips Bay: Kips Bay residents have a new option for burgers and shakes at Grass Cow, reports pcvstBee. The shop serves 5.5-ounce burgers with a small handful of topping options. Status: Certified Open; 347 Third Ave., 212-889-0089.
3) Bushwick: Back in April, a new Bushwick bar called Post No Bills started pouring drinks. Highlights here include a menu of original cocktails and a whole lot of outdoor seating. Status: 253 Bushwick Ave., 347-721-3631.
4) Crown Heights: Brownstoner gets word that a new pub has opened on Nostrand Avenue, called, coincidentally, the Nostrand Avenue Pub. It has a sizable backyard area and 20 beers on tap. Status: Certified Open; 658 Nostrand Ave.
5) Park Slope: A new sushi spot called Amber Sushi opened up on Union Street on Thursday, Park Slope Stoop learns. It's owned by the same people as Hanabi on the Upper East Side, focusing mostly on takeout and delivery stuff. Status: Certified Open; 847B Union St., 718-636-1288.
6) Bed-Stuy: Zagat reports on Dynaco, a new bar near Do or Dine in Bushwick. It's owned by brothers Ben and Adam Forgash, with Ben helping out in the build-out of Clinton Hill bar Hot bird, whose antique-y aesthetic this one shares. Status: Certified Open; 1112 Bedford Ave.
7) Astoria: A couple of weeks ago, Katch Brewery opened in Astoria, per the sparkly new Queens version of Brownstoner. It's a sports bar and beer garden with 50 beers on tap, over 50 televisions, and a menu of pub grub greatest hits. Status: Certified Open; 3119 Newtown Ave.