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Cabin-Style Beer Bar Coming to Harlem; Fast-Casual Indian and Italian Spots for NoMad

Eight bars and restaurants in the works.

Courtesy of Experience Nomad

NoMad: Plywood is up all around the Saint James Building on the southwest corner of 26th and Broadway, where Rizzoli bookstore is moving in. Also settling into the space is Inday, a fast-casual concept Indian concept from restaurateur Basu Ratnam with some consulting help from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Another restaurant called La Pecora Bianca is in the works on the Broadway side of the building as well. [Experience NoMad]

Harlem: Contractor Claud Fatu, who has built a number of restaurants, is opening his own place called Harlem Nights at 145 West 138 Street. The outside will look like a wood cabin from Maine or the Alps, Fatu says. The bar, which will have a focus on craft beers, is slated to open sometime this spring. [DNAinfo]

Harlem: The Anchor Wine Bar team is expanding with an upscale pizza spot just a block south at 142nd and Broadway. [Harlem + Bespoke]

Carroll Gardens: Neighborhood regular Le Petit Cafe on Court Street has been working on an expansion slowly for several years now. Plywood just came down, but the opening date of the new space is still to be determined. [Pardon Me for Asking]

Midtown East: Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen, which surprise, surprise, sells ramen and soup dumplings, is planning its second location at 146 East 55th Street. So far, there's not much doing behind the paper-covered windows. Perhaps the dumplings will arrive this summer. [Midtown Lunch]

West Village: Local chainlet Dumpling Go says its third outpost will open at 516 Hudson Street, the former home of Hudson Falafel. The dumpling team also runs a location on West 3rd Street in Greenwich Village, and opened on 2nd Avenue in the East Village only last month. A four location is slated for 350 Third Avenue. [DNAinfo]

Fort Greene: Starbucks is planning its first location in the tree-lined neighborhood at 394 Myrtle Avenue. [Fort Greene Focus]