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Restaurants Slowly Getting Back to Business After a Little Storm Called Juno

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The subways are back up and running, but not all restaurants are.

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Daniel Krieger

Ok, ok, snowmaggedon was less intense than Governor Cuomo and Mayor DeBlasio thought it would be — forcing delivery bikes off the streets and GrubHub to shut down early, and all — but with MTA running on a limited Sunday schedule, some of New York's restaurants are getting off to a late start this morning. Some won't even open until this evening. Here's what you need to know. Have an update? Tweet it with the hashtag #OpenInNYC

UPDATE [3:32 PM]: We're constantly updating this list as we hear from more restaurants. If you have any information, please use the hashtag #OpenInNYC or email us at tips@eater.com.

Open and ready to fuel you for a snow day:

Lexington Brass has already resumed regular hours and is open.

Giovanni Rana Pastificio & Cucina will remain open for full service, including their sit-down restaurant and Pastificio takeaway counter, offering a complimentary warm chocolate ravioli dessert.

Battersby and Dover restaurants will be open for business as usual.

Waverly Diner is open today.

Eataly is open today, and Birreria is offering free tastes of their beer.

Limited or late openings:

Lafayette will open for dinner service at 5:30 p.m.

Court Street Grocers' main shop on Court Street is open with a somewhat limited bread supply, but coffee and pastries are in full stock. The Red Hook outpost is closed.

Schnitz will start slinging schnitzel at 2 p.m.

Caviar will start delivering food at 5 p.m. tonight in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

Florian will open for lunch today at noon.

DBGBCafe Boulud and Bar Boulud will reopen for dinner tonight. The rest of Daniel Boulud's restaurants will stay closed until tomorrow.

Chelsea Market is now open.

All three Rosa Mexicano restaurants will be open at 4pm today for happy hour followed by full dinner service, offering complimentary tasters of their signature Frozen Pomegranate Margarita or the option of a Mexican Hot Chocolate, plus a special amuse bouche for each table.

Graziella's of Brooklyn will open at 3:00pm

Taking a snow day:

No one is answering the phone at Clinton Street Baking Company, so there may or may not be pancakes.

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