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Baron's, Woops!, Broken Spoke Rotisserie, Corner of Vermont, and More Now Open

Six new openings to know about.

Broken Spoke Rotisserie
Broken Spoke Rotisserie
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MURRAY HILL — Ex-Spasso chef Ed Carew opened his new project Broken Spoke Rotisserie in the old Terroir space this week, shares a rep. Of course, there are rotisserie chickens, along with a "beast of the week" special. Status: Certified open. 439 Third Avenue, 212-889-6298.

PARK SLOPE — Vermonter Mark Hastings is serving creemees at his new shop Corner of Vermont. A "creemee," according to Flo Fab is a soft serve Vermont style ice cream. Swirls come in vanilla and maple, but never chocolate. The spot is also selling hot dogs, grilled cheese, and maple cotton candy. Status: Certified open. 374 Fifth Avenue, 347-844-9288.

FLUSHING — Leaf Bar and Lounge, at the new One Fulton Square development, is the neighborhood's first rooftop cocktail bar. House drinks include Les Fleurs du Mal (chamomile-infused bourbon, fig, basil, honey, and lemon) and the hellcat (jalapeno-infused tequila, agave nectar, lime, coriander, and smoked red alder sea salt). The snack menu offers Taiwanese pork belly buns, yellowtail color, pork and chive dumplings, and Taiwanese popcorn chicken, says a rep. Status: Certified open. 133-42 39th Avenue, 718-865-8158.

BED-STUY — Mark Fahrer recently took over the space where his son had operated Dekalb Restaurant. Fahrer redubbed the place Baron's after Baron Johann de Kalb, a major general who was killed in the Revolutionary War, reports DNAinfo. The kitchen is focusing on nose-to-tail cooking and growing vegetables on the restaurant's roof. Status: Certified open. 564 DeKalb Avenue.

TRIBECA — Woops! bakery, which specializes in brightly colored macarons, cannelle, alfajores, and other sweets is now operating a 20-seat cafe, notes Tribeca Citizen. Status: Certified open. 93 Worth, 212-343-1900.

SEAPORT — The Fulton Stall Market in the South Street Seaport now has a new drinking spot called Market Bar. Four taps offer a rotating list of beer from New York producers, says a rep. Status: Certified open. 207A Front Street.

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