1) Williamsburg: This past weekend, the team behind Rosarito Fish Shack opened up Shelter Pizza just around the corner from their original spot. The new place serves a combination of Argentinian and Italian food, with both pizzas and empanadas all baked, Zagat reports, in the restaurant's two brick ovens. Status: Certified Open. 80 N. 7th St., 718-388-8833.
2) Lower East Side: The people behind trendy juice bar The Butcher's Daughter just opened up a tiny Butcher's Daughter Market around the corner. The new addition serves the same menu of juices, sandwiches, and salads, but is more geared toward takeaway than its older sibling. There are also a few pantry items like house-made jams for sale, plus home goods like plants and tableware. Status: Certified Open. 166 Elizabeth St., 212-219-3434.
3) Lower East Side: A little spot called Dimes just opened up at the tip of Division Street. Right now it serves breakfast all day, plus a few lunch options and fresh juices. Bowery Boogie has the menu, which consists of healthy dishes like spiced quinoa and eggs with mixed greens and potatoes rosti. Status: Certified Open. 143 Division St., 212-240-9410.
4) East Village: Taiwan-based chain CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice just opened up on St. Marks Place in the space that once housed Iris Cafe. The shop, which already has a few locations across the city, sells a wide variety of boba teas, juices and slush, and has a giant blue blowup mascot outside. Status: Certified Open. 33 St. Mark's Pl., no phone.
5) Upper East Side: Dough Loco, the doughnut shop from Corey Cova, Ryan Gaskins and Michael Cesari of ABV, is now open for business. The little shop, which opened with the help of a Kickstarter campaign, sells doughnuts in flavors like maple miso as well as the standard cinnamon sugar or plain glazed. Status: Certified Open. 1261 Park Ave., no phone.
6) Cobble Hill: After closing his Court Street outpost of the Bourgeois Pig for renovations in December, Ravi DeRossi reopened the sace last week as Bergen Hill, a restaurant with a focus on raw fish. Grub Street reports that the new space sports a sushi bar, and serves a small menu of crudo and other seafood dishes from Le Cirque vet Andrew D'Ambrosi. Status: Certified Open. 387 Court St., 718-858-5483.
7) Upper West Side: Michelin-starred chef Derrick Styczek has reopened the restaurant that was once Vareli as Domain NYC. Where Vareli served a Mediterranean menu, Styczek's new iteration offers modern American food, with a focus on seafood. Alongside dishes like chargrilled baby octopus and scallops in Peking duck broth, Zagat reports that the reinvented spot also has a massive raw bar, with oysters, crab, and seafood towers for two. Status: Certified Open. 2869 Broadway, 212-678-8585