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Schaller's Stube Sausage Bar, Harlem Nights, Karaoke Boho, and Nazca Now Open

Four new openings to know about.

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UPPER EAST SIDE — The owners of sausage and charcuterie shop Schaller & Weber recently opened Schaller's Stube, a bar next door in what used to be a meat locker, according to a rep. The kitchen offers 9 varieties of house sausage with lots of different topping options to diners who pull up one of the bar's 10 stools. Status: Certified open. 1652Second Avenue.

HARLEM — Bar and music venue Harlem Nights opened on Friday in a space that owner and contractor Claud Fatu built, notes a rep. The bar offers some playful drink options like a boozy cherry lemon snow cone made with vodka and a shot called the one bad apple with apple pie moonshine, caramel liqueur, and whipped cream. The food menu includes mac and cheese, savory hand pies, and smoked wings. Status: Certified open. 2361 7th Avenue, (646) 820-4603.

LOWER EAST SIDE — Karaoke Boho is back open on the LES, after it was forced to move down Orchard Street by the development underway next door to Katz's Deli. The new location has room for 300, with lots of private karaoke rooms and a broader Mexican/American food menu, notes Bower Boogie. Status: Certified open. 152 Orchard Street.

ASTORIA — High-end Peruvian restaurant Nazca opened in the old Cold Stone Creamery space this weekend. The fish-heavy menu offers four ceviches, a grilled pizza, and several salads, according to a menu posted on We Heart Astoria. Status: Certified open. 34-20 Broadway, 929-522-0297.

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