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The John Lamb, Schnipper's Tribeca, MexiKosher, and More NYC Openings

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Vital info on seven new restaurants

The John Lamb

1) Tribeca: Brothers Andrew and Jonathan Schnipper, who previously owned Hale & Hearty, opened the fifth location of Schnipper's today. The new location for the diner-inspired mini-chain is more than 3,300 square-feet, and able to accommodate up to 110 guests. Like its sister locations, Schnipper’s Tribeca will serve sandwiches, hot dogs, salads, and melts. The restaurant also offers more than ten options for a burger, including a blue cheese burger and a bacon cheeseburger. The new Schnipper’s is open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Status: Certified Open; 120 Church Street, 212-732-1700

Photo via Schnipper's

Photo via Schnipper's

2) Lower East Side: The John Lamb opened last week inside the Sago Hotel, a new luxury boutique hotel on Allen Street where rooms start at $350 per night. Executive Chef James Asaro was influenced by the neighborhood, specifically the immigrants that occupied nearby tenements. Options under sharing plates include roasted bone marrow, ricotta gnocchi, and apricot pork wings. Mike Belasco (The Grey Lady, The Gilroy) created the restaurant's cocktail program. Status: Certified Open; 120 Allen Street, 212-392-2944

Photo via The John Lamb

3) Midtown East: Nare Sushi is a brand new Japanese restaurant from executive chef Nakamich Shinohara. Before moving to the United States ten years ago, Shinohara worked at Sushi Haru, an acclaimed restaurant in Kanagawa, Japan. On the menu at Nare are options like baby lamb chops, deep fried oysters, fried chicken, and udon. the 60-seat, tri-level restaurant also offers a $55 per person omakase. Nare is open for lunch Monday to Friday, and dinner every day. Status: Certified Open, 115 East 57th Street, 646-666-0061

4) Upper West Side: LA-based Mexican restaurant MexiKosher recently opened it’s first East Coast location. Behind the fast-casual restaurant is chef Katsuji Tanabe, who competed on Bravo’s Top Chef after working at four-star Bastide as well as Maestro’s in LA. Katsuji's Mexican heritage influences dishes like chicken taquitos, chimichangas, and a torta. The Kosher element comes from Tanabe's stint at Shilo's, a Kosher steakhouse in Los Angeles. DIY options include burritos, bowls, and salads with fillings like duck carnitas and lamb. Status: Certified Open; 100 West 83 Street

5) Upper East Side: Mexican not so mini-chain Oaxaca Taqueria opened its 15th location today, one month after opening in Morningside Heights. The menu is the same as all other Oaxaca locations, with options like adobo shrimp burritos, al pastor tacos, a chicken torta, and pork enchiladas. Online ordering is available, too. Status: Certified Open; 1709 Second Avenue, 212-722-7272

6) Crown HeightsCrow Bar is officially open on Franklin Avenue after a few weeks of delays due to an issue with its liquor license. Owner Dan Wilby also oversees Hollow Nickel, a bar in nearby Boerum Hill. Bar snacks here include a vegetarian reuben, a sloppy joe and grilled cheese mash-up, tater tots, and chicken wings. A slew of cocktail, beer, and wine choices are available, too. Crow Bar is open from 4:00 p.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday, and 4:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Status: Certified Open; 820 Franklin Avenue

7) Flatiron: The health-driven folks at Reviver opened a second location of their restaurant yesterday, where all food is rated with a Nutrient Score. Each score is based on ten nutrients and pins Reviver's burger against, say, a ShackBurger. It's intended to signal how "nutrient dense" each item is. Other hot options include a barbecue chicken salad, mahi-mahi, and a pot pie without the pie. Sandwiches, soups, salads, and tacos are also available. Reviver is open Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner and is available for delivery. Status: Certified Open; 303 Park Avenue South, 646-952-0014

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