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A ‘Saturday Night Fever’-Themed Restaurant Dances Into Little Italy — and More Openings

A weekly updated roundup of new restaurants in New York City

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The inside of Manero’s from the Regina’s Grocery team.
Manero’s

Two years into the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants across the city continue to open their doors, sometimes because their concepts could be adapted to the new normal, but more often because their owners saw no other choice but to forge ahead. Since March 16, 2020, when the state first temporarily closed indoor dining, hundreds of new restaurants have opened, including celebrity-backed Pebble Bar, Mexican vegan restaurant Raíz, and sleek listening bar Eavesdrop.

Here’s a roundup of the restaurants and bars that opened in March. This list will be updated weekly. If there’s an opening in your neighborhood that we’ve missed, let us know at tips@eater.com.

Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission.

March 31

Astoria: The Infatuation shares that a new Moroccan spot called Dar Yemma is cooking up merguez kebabs, kofta sandwiches, and tangine in Queens. 5-21 Steinway Street, near 25th Avenue

Bed-Stuy: After closing up shop in 2019, local barbecue institution Royal Rib House has returned to the area, according to BK Reader. The new restaurant is located just a few blocks away from where the original stood for 50 years. 256 Malcolm X Boulevard, between Halsey and Hancock streets

Chelsea: Another sub-$100 omakase bar has landed in Manhattan, according to the Infatuation. Sushi Blossoms offers a 12-piece meal for $85, plus a more luxurious 17-course option, with foie gras, that costs $128. The restaurant has a $25 corkage fee for BYOB. 334 Eighth Avenue, near West 26th Street

Clinton Hill: A new BYOB-friendly restaurant with a controversial take on Rochester’s iconic “Garbage Plates” has opened. Brooklyn Hots comes from Brian Heiss, co-owner of next-door wine shop Radicle Wine. 291 Greene Avenue, near Classon Avenue

Clinton Hill: Replacing Michelin-starred bistro the Finch is Place des Fêtes, a French-sounding restaurant for Spanish seafood and wines. The new restaurant comes from the team behind Oxalis, a well-reviewed tasting menu spot in Prospect Heights. 212 Greene Avenue, between Grand Avenue and Cambridge Place

Flatiron: Australian coffee company Gumption Coffee has opened its third cafe in NYC, according to a representative. 940 Broadway, near East 22nd Street

Harlem: Charles Gabriel, the 74-year-old chef behind Harlem’s Charles Pan-Fried Chicken, celebrated the opening of his newest restaurant by handing out free fried chicken, cornbread, and red velvet cake to customers in the neighborhood. It’s the second Manhattan location for the famed fried chicken spot, which has its sights set on expanding to Brooklyn, Washington D.C., and Atlanta. 340 West 145th Street, at Edgecombe Avenue

Hell’s Kitchen: A new Indonesian snack shop, also known as a warung, has landed in Hell’s Kitchen. Eater critic Robert Sietsema already stopped by chef Omar Karim Prawiranegara’s Warkop NYC, and praised the “delightful, salty notes” in Prawiranegara’s corned beef noodles. 6 West 52nd Street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues

Greenwich Village: 7th Street Burger, an early frontrunner in Manhattan’s burgeoning smash burger scene, expanded with a second location across town. There’s no outdoor seating, so hovering over the sidewalk with one of these simple, “spectacularly greasy” burgers will have to do for now. 110 MacDougal Street, near Bleecker Street

Hudson Yards: French cafe and bakery chain Maman opens its second location in Manhattan this month, according to a representative. 471 West 33rd Street, near 10th Avenue

Little Italy: Manero’s Pizzeria, which first opened in 2019, is expanding with an adjoining full-service red-sauce restaurant simply called Manero’s, according to a representative. Both ventures are named after the Saturday Night Fever character Tony Manero, and are decked out in ‘70s-inspired decor including doily curtains and red leather booths. The restaurant features dishes like meatballs, steak braised in pizza sauce, and dirty martinis with peperoncini. The restaurant is owned by Roman Grandinetti of sandwich spot Regina’s Grocery, and Nima Garos and Koorosh Bakhtiar of vegan Mexican chain Jajaja. 113 Mulberry Street, between Canal and Hester streets

Lower East Side: Atlanta hot chicken chain Scoville Hot Chicken touched down in Manhattan earlier this month, Bowery Boogie reports. The restaurant’s chicken sandwiches, which range from spice-free to scorching hot, get a stamp of approval from Eater Atlanta. 117 Orchard Street, at Delancey Street

Midtown: Swanky hotel Park Lane New York has opened a rooftop lounge called Darling that overlooks Central Park, according to the New York Times. The luxe menu includes seafood towers, blinis served with caviar, and wagyu katsu sandwiches. 36 Central Park South, near Sixth Avenue

Soho: Reliable sushi stalwart Momoya has debuted a more upscale location in Soho, according to the New York Times. The bi-level space includes a 12-seat sushi bar on the ground floor that serves a $150 omakase dinner. 47 Prince Street, at Mulberry Street

Tribeca: Mitsunobu Nagae, a Joël Robuchon alum, cooked private dinners for a few Tribeca residents early on during the pandemic, and those clients ended up backing his first restaurant. L’Abeille combines classic haute French cooking layered with touches of Japanese ingredients and cooking techniques, and aims to combine parts of fine dining in a more casual setting. Ordering la carte is an option in addition to a six-course tasting ($180), which includes roasted squab, grilled fluke, and a number of dishes that change based on what’s seasonal at local greenmarkets. 412 Greenwich Street, between Laight and Hubert streets

Upper West Side: Just blocks from the hit Bánh Vietnamese Shop House, another source for pho and other dishes from the Southeast Asian country are being served at Just Pho You, according to the Westside Rag. Owner Wan Chan took over the former Yu Kitchen space and tells the local blog that she plans to expand the menu and will eventually offer delivery through third-party apps. 2656 Broadway, between 100th and 101st streets

West Village: Classic Arepas, a new arepa spot near Washington Square Park, is now open. 31 West Eighth Street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues

West Village: Indian restaurant chain Honest opened their 95th location nationwide, according to a representative. 176 Bleecker Street, between MacDougal and Sullivan streets


March 24

Astoria: Following a dramatic exit from his namesake, nine-month-old pizza shop Bellucci’s Pizza, chef Andrew Bellucci has started selling slices from his new spot, the similarly named Bellucci’s Pizzeria, on Saturdays at 1 p.m. He’s still deciding on whether to sell whole pies and expand his opening hours, according to the New York Times. 37-08 30th Avenue, near 37th Street

Bed-Stuy: Owner Mateo Simo tells Eater that Bad Luck Bar, a cocktail and oyster spot, has opened. The small menu features a selection of cocktails, wine, and oysters in a space that’s around 30 seats. Simo formerly worked in the front of house at Sunday in Brooklyn, and was a bartender at Kings County Imperial. 492 Nostrand Avenue, near Halsey Street

Bushwick: Sofreh Cafe opened on Bogart Street last year, bringing saffron rice pudding and steaming beef pirashki to a neighborhood sorely lacking in Persian restaurants. This week, the cafe’s co-owner, Ali Saboor, opens the doors on Eyval, a next-door restaurant where the recipes are inspired by Iranian street foods like beef heart with a tomato chile sauce. Saffron ice cream sandwiches are for dessert. 25 Bogart Street, at Varet Street

Chelsea: The basement level of Chelsea Market is home to Dickson’s Farmstead Meats, which for years has been a go-to source for chefs and home cooks seeking farm-raised meats, including marbled steaks and organic whole chickens. The beloved butcher shop has now opened the Salumi Bar, according to a representative, with a menu of charcuterie and bar snacks, including cheese from neighboring Saxelby Cheesemongers. 75 Ninth Avenue, between 15th and 16th streets

East Elmhurst: Evelia Coyotzi, the Corona, Queens street vendor behind Evelia’s Tamales, opened a brick-and-mortar storefront earlier this month, where she’s selling tamales, Mexican breakfast dishes, and a half-dozen atoles. 96-09 Northern Boulevard, between 96th and 97th streets

Fort Greene: The team behind Bed-Stuy’s popular pizzeria and bakery Saraghina is back with another restaurant in the borough. The new spot, called Saraghina Caffè, opened earlier this week with pizzas, pastas, and an extensive aperitivo list. 195 DeKalb Avenue, at Carlton Avenue

Harlem: A new uptown wine bar is betting on the sweet success of its neighboring dessert shop. Owner Marco Matheu, who helped open Chilean dessert spot Dulceria two years ago, launched Enoteca next door with a focus on wines from Chile and Spain to pair with Basque favorites like croquetas and piquillo peppers stuffed with bacalao, the New York Times reports. 2220 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, at 120th Street

Hell’s Kitchen: Flushing-based coffee shop White Noise Coffee has expanded into Manhattan, according to a representative. The sleek shop includes a range of espresso drinks and a food menu with scrambled egg sandwiches and various toasts topped with avocado, mushrooms, and ricotta. 606 West 57th Street, near 11th Avenue

Midtown East: Fast casual lunch spot Blue Park Kitchen has opened a second location, a follow up to its original shop in the Financial District, according to owner and chef Kelly Fitzpatrick. 666 Third Avenue, between Third and Lexington avenues

Nomad: Towa, a new Japanese restaurant from the hospitality group behind Jua, Atomix, and Her Name is Han, opens this week in Manhattan, according to a representative. The debut menu includes a tomato appetizer with a dashi jelly, truffle potato croquettes, and grilled king crab. 36 West 26th Street, near Sixth Avenue

Prospect Heights: Greg Baxtrom is expanding his Prospect Heights empire with Patti Ann’s, a new Midwest-inspired restaurant, according to Grub Street. The restaurant serves comfort foods like blooming onions, a duck meatloaf, and root beer floats. It’s attached to the recently opened, Austrian-leaning bakery formerly called Evi’s Bäckerei. 570 Vanderbilt Avenue, Bergen Street

Upper West Side: French cafe and bakery chain Maman opens its latest location at Lincoln Center, a representative tells Eater. 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, at West 65th Street


March 17

Bushwick: Williamsburg Pizza has opened its sixth outpost since first debuting in 2012, according to a representative for the restaurant. 259 Wyckoff Avenue, near Menahan Street

Chelsea: The Vietnamese French menu at BoCaPhe gets another home further uptown after opening in Soho in 2015. From breakfast to dinner, the 60-seat restaurant serves dishes including an egg banh mi, several types of pho, and a play on a classic Vietnamese turmeric fish dish. 104 Eighth Avenue, between West 15th and 16th streets

Clinton Hill: Coffee shop Primrose Café has been quietly operating as Prima since early March, according to new owner Daryl Nuhn of Peoples Wine. Primrose never officially closed — but now, under new ownership, the bakery sells Winner pastries, with bagels by Williamsburg’s Leo to follow. Wine and light nighttime fare will debut later this year. 147 Greene Avenue, near Washington Avenue

East Village: Baonanas, a banana pudding-focused dessert shop, has opened in the East Village. Hailing from New Jersey, with subsequent pop-ups at Smorgasburg, this buzzy new spot already counts Bella Hadid as a fan. The Manhattan outpost is a collaboration with 7th Street Burger, a popular smash burger spot located next door, which previously sold the puddings from its fridge. 93 East Seventh Street, near First Avenue

East Village: Bowery Boogie reports that Essex Squeeze, a juice shop that first opened in Essex Market in July 2020, has expanded to the East Village. According to the publication, the shop is run by Cedric Hernandez and Charles DeLaCruz, two childhood friends. It offers a mix of juices, smoothies, coffee, and more. 300 East Fifth Street, near Second Avenue

Elmhurst: Lamoon was one of the top Thai restaurants in Queens before it closed in August 2021, but co-owners Jugkrwut Borin and Arada Moonroj have resurrected the Elmhurst space as Jai Sang Ma. This time around the team is focused on Thai skewers, like whole squid served with a spicy tamarind peanut sauce and grilled cubes of chicken. 81-40 Broadway, at 82nd Street

Greenpoint: Chef Eric Sze and co-owner Andy Chuang, of the Taiwanese East Village favorite 886, have made their Brooklyn debut with Wenwen. Expect large format, flaming cocktails, chickpea short rib noodles, a rare deboned fried chicken dish, and a contender for one of Brooklyn’s most Instagrammable bathrooms. 1025 Manhattan Avenue, near Green Street

Hell’s Kitchen: Inspired by old-school New York restaurants, All & Sundry puts a more modern and playful twist on the classic tavern with its soothing bubblegum pink and emerald green aesthetic. The bistro and bar serves a menu of shrimp cocktail, steak frites, and ice cream sundaes and comes from the team behind Clinton Hill pub Hartley’s. 312 West 58th Street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues

Hell’s Kitchen: At Jaz, a new North Indian restaurant, chef Jaz Rupall serves pakora, saffron and yogurt-doused shrimp, and lamb vindaloo, according to a representative. 813 Ninth Avenue, at West 54th Street

South Bronx: Not only is celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, according to the New York Times, the “chief culinary coach” of the New York City Football Club, which hosts its soccer games at Yankee Stadium, he’s also behind the newly opened Streetbird. The stadium’s stand sells fried chicken sandwiches and chili cheese fries. 1 East 161st Street, between Jerome and River avenues, Section 112

Tribeca: A representative for Gaga Chinese Kitchen tells Eater that the new takeout spot is now open in Manhattan. According to the restaurant’s website, there are a range of dishes ranging from pork dumplings and dry pot to kung pao shrimp. 4 Cordlandt Street, at Broadway

Upper East Side: A new speakeasy-style cocktail lounge has opened in a storefront modeled after an old locksmith and shoe repair store, according to a representative. Keys and Heels comes from Massimo Lusardi, behind local wine bar Uva and now-defunct the Loyal restaurant in Soho. 1488 Second Avenue, at East 78th Street

Upper East Side: Lower East Side Michaeli Bakery has expanded uptown, according to an Instagram post from the company. The bakery serves babka, rugelach, challah, and other Jewish-style pastries. 401 East 90th Street, at First Avenue

Willamsburg: Lauded pandemic-era hit For All Things Good has opened a second location in Williamsburg, the team tells Eater. Since launching in 2020, owner Matt Diaz and partner Carlos Macías have helped put masa and vegetarian Mexican food at the forefront of the conversation. The menu is largely the same as at the Bed-Stuy original — tetelas, tlayuditas, and quesadillas — with dinner to follow. 314 Grand Street, at Havemeyer Street

Williamsburg: Time Out New York reports that Isla & Co has opened within the William Vale Hotel. The menu includes crispy halloumi with almond romesco, spicy shrimp with vodka rigatoni, and fish and chips with a yuzu kosho tartar sauce. The kitchen is led by Matt Foley, formerly of Marea, and comes from Parched Hospitality, the Australian group behind local cafe chain Hole in the Wall. 107 North 12th Street, at Wythe Avenue

Williamsburg: Acai smoothie bowl spot Loco Coco has opened a second location, according to a representative. 152 North Fourth Street, at Bedford Avenue


March 10

Brooklyn Heights: The New York Times reports that a new Brooklyn Heights tavern called Inga’s Bar is now open. According to an Instagram post, Inga’s has bar snacks like a tartine, sausage with mustard and crackers, and croquettes. The venture comes from Sean Rembold, an alum of Andrew Tarlow’s Brooklyn empire (Marlow & Sons, Diner, and Reynard), alongside his wife Caron Callahan, a fashion designer. 66 Hicks Street, near Cranberry Street

Bryant Park: According to the Infatuation, fast casual restaurant Peppercorn Station has opened. The restaurant spotlights Sichuan and Shanghainese dishes such as braised pork belly with chestnut, noodles with crab meat, and tilapia with pickled cabbage. 66 West 39th Street, near Sixth Avenue

Chelsea: Del Posto alum Melissa Rodriguez is spearheading a new wood-fired pizza place called Mel’s, the first of three ambitious projects opening in the fine dining destination’s former home. Rodriguez calls the pizza menu “playfully Italian-ish,” with pies such as a version with broccoli rabe, pickled hot cherry peppers, herbs, and provolone cheese. Desserts, such as a gelato sprinkled with Italian rainbow cookies, are available. 85 10th Avenue, between West 15th and 16th streets

Clinton Hill: Popular neighborhood hangout Otway has expanded further down the street with a standalone bakery, according to an Instagram post from the team. The restaurant, owned by Samantha Safer, was already functioning as a coffee shop with baked goods by day, but now loaves of bread, croissants, and other pastries can be found at the new Otway Bakery. 920 Fulton Street, near Washington Avenue

East Williamsburg: Kitschy cocktail bar Common Mollies is now open, according to its Instagram post. The new hangout is a sibling to nearby bar Minnows and features cocktails like the Midwest-inspired frozen dessert cocktail the Grasshopper, wine, and beer. 46 Bushwick Avenue, at Ainslie Street

East Village: Momofuku alums have launched Nudibranch, a new $75 per person tasting menu spot, according to the team. The restaurant features several interpretations of dishes the team piloted when Nudibranch was operating as a pop-up last spring, such as its shaoxing mushroom dish with egg yolk. The trio pulls serious fine dining cred between them: Jeff Kim started his career as a busser at Momofuku Ssäm Bar, later working in the kitchens of Atoboy, Eleven Madison Park, and Jua; Matthew Lee has worked at Jungsik, Momofuku Ko, and Jua, while Victor Xia also worked as a junior sous chef at Momofuku Ssäm Bar. 125 First Avenue, near St. Mark’s Place

Gramercy: A new subterranean cocktail bar called DOM is now open, the New York Times reports. The bar is helmed by Albert Trummer, formerly of Apothéke, and, according to Time Out New York, will feature some liqueurs from Trummer’s own collection. Live music will also play a role at the venue. 287 Park Avenue South, at East 22nd Street

Greenpoint: A new cocktail bar is now open in Greenpoint called the Esters, with wine, cocktails, and cheese plates. According to its Instagram bio, the bar is a sister to cozy East Williamburg date spot Tuffet. A full pizza menu is to follow. 192 Nassau Avenue, at Jewel Street

Greenpoint: Paloma Coffee and Bakery, a beloved neighborhood coffee shop that makes its own pastries, announced on Instagram that it relocated its Greenpoint location just a few doors down. The much larger space finally allows for indoor seating. The team’s other outpost, in Williamsburg, remains at Union Avenue. 772 Manhattan Avenue, at Meserole Avenue

Lower East Side: Celebrity chef Flynn McGarry tells Eater he’s expanded Gem with an additional wine bar a few blocks away. Gem Wine, as the name suggests, features a selection of wine meant to pair with snacks like gouda with pears, mackerel with rhubarb ponzu, and lamb tartare with an oyster emulsion. 297 Broome Street, near Eldridge Street

Lower East Side: A new cocktail bar named Lullaby opens on the Lower East Side today, according to a representative. The new spot is backed by Brother Cleve, a Boston cocktail legend, in partnership with Harrison Snow and Jake Hodas, who will run the bar day-to-day. According to the New York Times, the menu has a boozy take on the soft serve treat Dole Whip. 151 Rivington Street, near Suffolk Street

Lower East Side: Oti is a newly launched tasting menu spot with Romanian roots on the Lower East Side. A two-course meal is priced at $75, while three courses cost $125 (tip and tax included), according to the Infatuation. Oti is a partnership with Sommwhere, a cafe and events space. 15 Essex Street, between Canal and Hester streets

Midtown East: Amy Fontaine’s, a new pink-clad bar and restaurant from the team behind dives the Flying Cock and the Horny Ram, is now open, the restaurant group tells Eater. Expect burgers, prosciutto mac and cheese, and strawberry cheesecake profiteroles. 922 Third Avenue, near East 56th Street

Midtown West: The celebrity-favorite sushi spot hailing from Los Angeles, Katsuya, is now open at the Citizens Food Hall, inside the Manhattan West complex. 398 10th Avenue, near West 33rd Street

Rossville: Smoothie and acai bowl chain Playa Bowls opened its 139th nationwide location in Staten Island, according to a representative. Last week, the team also opened an outpost at 2327 Broadway, between 84th and 85th streets, as well as at the Fashion Institute of Technology campus, near West 27th Street. 1275 Woodrow Road, near Rossville Avenue

Soho: A new seafood-focused Mexican restaurant, Bar Tulix, is swimming in Manhattan, according to a representative. The menu features masa-crusted whole red snapper, fluke aguachile negro, and a shrimp cocktail tostada. The new restaurant comes from restaurateur John McDonald, of Bistrot Leo and Lure Fishbar, and chef Justin Bazdarich, behind Oxomoco and Speedy Romeo. 25 West Houston Street, at Mercer Street

Upper East Side: Upper East Side supermarket Butterfield has opened a nearby casual takeout option called 77th Street Sushi Shop, according to the New York Times. 1102 Lexington Avenue, near East 77th Street

West Village: Castamar is a new West Village haunt pulling from a variety of global flavors. There’s goulash, a jicama and jalapeno salad, as well as duck tartare with gochujang. The kitchen is run by Brian Pancir, who has worked as a private chef for multiple New York Yankees, according to the restaurant’s website. 28 Seventh Ave South, near Leroy Street

Williamsburg: A representative tells Eater that Antidote, a new Sichuan and Shanghainese restaurant, is now open. The menu features dishes like preserved duck egg with peppers, tea-smoked duck, and crab and pork soup dumplings. 66 South 2nd Street, near Wythe Avenue


March 3

East Village: Raíz Modern Mexican Kitchen is now open with vegan Mexican food, Grub Street reports. The menu features oyster mushroom and jackfruit birria tacos, as well as tofu-based burritos. Raíz comes from former Dirt Candy chef Jesus Villafan and Nick Johnson, previously a general manager at Japanese-influenced chain Wagamama. 120 First Avenue, near East 7th Street

Forest Hills: A fourth New York location of barbecue favorite Mighty Quinn’s BBQ, which focuses on smoked meat from Texas and the Carolinas, has opened, according to QNS.com. 108-22 Queens Boulevard, near 71st Road

Greenpoint: A new bar for audiophiles opened today, according to Grub Street. Eavesdrop has cocktails, like ones using yuzu and yerba mate, as well as a selection of wine and beer. The food menu features chicken meatballs with chile mayo, baked cod with tamari-doused spinach, tinned fish, nori popcorn, a miso rice bowl with tofu, and, for dessert, a yuzu lemon ricotta cake. The 36-seat listening bar comes from Dan Wissinger and Charlie Ballinger, who previously worked in music. Fittingly, the room is outfitted with state-of-the-art sound systems where the team will book DJs and other musical acts. According to Grub Street, the bar plans to host bring-your-own vinyl record nights. 674 Manhattan Avenue, near Norman Avenue

Long Island City: Sleek food hall Jacx & Co — home to the Kimika team’s fast casual spot Lotus and Cleaver, and pastry star Ghaya Oliveira’s Tunisian-rooted all-day cafe — has added a bar to the premises with beer, wine, and cocktails, according to a representative. 28-17 Jackson Avenue, near Queens Plaza South

Midtown East: According to the New York Times, luxury Italian spot Fasano is now open. The restaurant features ravioli with duck and orange, veal milanese, and ossobuco with saffron risotto. The new spot is the first New York opening for the Gero Fasano’s Brazil-based Fasano Group, and, reportedly has largely the same interiors as the Four Seasons reboot that it replaces, which closed in 2019. 280 Park Avenue, at 49th Street

Midtown West: Zou Zou’s, a Mediterranean restaurant that opened back in November from chef Madeline Sperling, now has an attached sibling cocktail bar, according to a representative. Chez Zou has cocktails like the Saffron Gibson (saffron-infused gin, vermouth, and pickles), and the Golden Colada (made with rum and golden raisins), on a menu led by Joey Smith, formerly of the Nomad. 385 Ninth Avenue, Suite 85 at West 33rd Street, fourth floor

Midtown West: According a representative, Cafe Serafina is now open. The all-day Italian cafe has apricot bombolini pastries, prosciotto paninis, cacio e pepe pasta, and black truffle pizza. The restaurant comes from the Serafina Group, with outposts throughout the city. 922 Seventh Avenue, at West 58th Street

Midtown West: Three-story Pebble Bar is now open, according to the New York Times. The glitzy venue has seafood towers and steak tartare sandwiches with caviar, in addition to its cocktail, wine, and beer menu. Pebble Bar is a collaboration between the team behind hip dive Ray’s and seafood spot Grand Army, and counts Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson and Succession’s Nicholas Braun as investors. 67 West 49th Street, near Sixth Avenue

Tribeca: Neighborhood blog Tribeca Citizen reports that Sagra Pizza Bar is firing up. The menu includes rigatoni bolognese, black truffle mac and cheese, calzones with fillings like seafood, and pizza like its riff on Cuban sandwiches (pickles, pork, and mustard). It’s a follow-up to a sibling restaurant of the same name, located in the West Village. 225 West Broadway, near White Street

West Village: Casual neighborhood spot Silver Spoon Cafe, run by former restaurant manager Gulzira Jumabekova, has opened, according to the New York Times. The space includes a grab-and-go area, a hot buffet counter, and fancier custom-order plates including seared foie gras and a salmon burger. 204 West 14th Street, near Seventh Avenue

West Village: According to a representative, a second location of Ramen Misoya, a follow up to its East Village original that launched in 2011, has opened. Expect bowls of broth that take a regional look at miso, with versions like the Kyoto-style made with white miso and the Nagoya-style with red miso. Customers enter down a staircase to the speakeasy-style restaurant helmed by Norimitsu “Nori” Nishida. 535 Hudson Street, at Charles Street

Williamsburg: Montreal-style bagels continue their expansion in New York City with the latest outpost of Black Seed Bagels. 214 Berry Street, near North Third Street

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