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Okiway, Pizza Beach LES, Rosa Mexicano Tribeca, and More Coming Soon

Here's a roundup of five new restaurants coming soon to NYC

Nick Solares

LOWER EAST SIDE — Malibu-inspired Pizza Beach from the Martignetti brothers of Brinkley's and The East Pole is getting close to opening in what was Rob Shamlian's Derby. You'll know it's ready for prime time when the surf boards move in like they did uptown. 167 Orchard Street. [PLYWOOD]


Okiway's bathroom is decked out in cartoon craziness. [Facbeook]

BUSHWICK — Japanese restaurant Okiway is getting ready to serve wasabi beer and Japanese savory pancakes called okonomiyaki to the neighborhood. Here, those pancakes will be made with things like chorizo, Brussels sprouts, and cheese. The menu will also include cactus sashimi and fried cheese nori. Expect an opening in about a week. 1006 Flushing Avenue. [DNAinfo]

TRIBECA — Rosa Mexicano's team is planning a fourth outpost with seating for about 100 upstairs and another 40 at a bar downstairs. Expect a September opening, says a rep. 41 Murray Street. [PLYWOOD]

UPPER EAST SIDE — The family behind Agave in the West Village is planning an unnamed tequila bar uptown in the old Molly Pitcher's Ale House space. The restaurant and bar should open in September, along with some al fresco seating. 1641 Second Avenue. [DNAinfo]

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — Boston's rock-n-roll themed ice creamery Emack & Bolio's is planning to open in the old Connecticut Muffin space, right across the street from Haagen Dazs. 115 Montague Street. [Brownstoner]

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