1.) East Village: Le Petit Parisien started offering its traditional French baguette sandwiches on Friday, according to the cafe. Its menu ranges from simple options like a classic ham and butter baguette to a baguette loaded with foie gras and fig confit. Status: Certified Open; 32 East 7th St., 917-262-0406.
2.) Upper East Side: Local chain 5 Napkin Burger debuted another location last Wednesday, with its menu of burgers, chicken & waffles, and jerk ribs. This version of 5 Napkin Burger will also have a breakfast window where people will be able to order for food to-go or for the bar. The breakfast menu is still in the works. Status: Certified Open; 1325 2nd Ave., 212-249-0777.
3.) Clinton Hill: Brooklyn Heights Mexican restaurant Gallito's Kitchen opened a second location last week with a similar menu of enchiladas, stuffed peppers, tacos, and empanadas. Some of the plates will be slightly different, with the addition of a portobello mushroom plate, among other things, an owner said. Status: Soft Open; 852 Fulton St., Brooklyn
4.) Bushwick: Performing arts and circus group House of Yes's new Bushwick space isn't fully opened yet, but it has debuted a Middle Eastern and Mediterranean counter called Queen of Falafel, with a menu designed by Rivka Orlin from Cafe Mogador. Options include falafel sandwich, eggplant sabich platter, a shakshuka sandwich, and a labne cheese plate. Status: Certified Open; 2 Wyckoff Ave., Brooklyn, 718-504-8628
5.) Bushwick: The couple behind DIY venue Secret Project Robot and bar Happyfun Hideaway opened a bar, cafe, and gallery in the neighborhood called Flowers for All Occasions that's supposed to be a relaxed space that focuses more on art. Food-wise, Flowers offers snacks like cheese plates, sloppy joe sliders, and a hummus dish. Status: Certified Open; 1114 Dekalb Ave., Brooklyn
6.) Greenwich Village: South Williamsburg's Summers Juice and Coffee debuted a slightly smaller Manhattan outpost, right near co-owner Chris Taha's home. The new location of juice shop with surf vibes offers the same menu of juices, smoothies, and sandwiches, including it's popular egg sandwich on a Parker House roll. Status: Certified Open; 169 Thompson St., 917-388-3372
7.) West Village: The Doughnut Project, a new small batch doughnut bakery, opened with a roster of funky flavors like an olive oil and black pepper doughnut, beet doughnuts stuffed with ricotta, and pineapple doughnuts with habanero stripes. Expect the flavors to change with the seasons. Status: Certified Open; 10 Morton St., 212-691-5000