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OddFellows Founder to Open New Doughnut Shop

Plus, Rose Pizza is back at Penn Station — and more intel

Doughnuts on a plate.
Sweet Graffiti, a new doughnut shop, is opening in Manhattan this spring.
Sweet Graffiti

Pastry chef Sam Mason, who opened OddFellows ice cream in 2013, and before that, worked on many other ventures (including time at Michelin-starred WD~50), has something new planned. Sweet Graffiti, a 350-square-foot dessert spot will serve around 10 yeasted doughnuts in flavors like cherry and miso; beet chocolate; and peanut lemongrass. The new spot is a venture between Mason and chef Franklin Becker (Press Club Grill, Point Seven) and Stephen Loffredo, a hospitality operator (Point Seven, Coral Omakase). It’s heading for 1260 Broadway, East 32 Street, March 2024. In the meantime, you can get his desserts at Becker’s restaurants.

Rose Pizza returns to Penn Station

For four years, Rose Pizza — a staple of late-night eats for those commuting via the Long Island Railroad — has remained closed due to Penn Station construction. The MTA announced this week that the slice shop is now back open.

Another location of this Japanese coffee brand

% Arabica Cafe, a coffee company that started in 2014 in Kyoto, Japan, has a fourth New York location in the works. In addition to outposts in Dumbo, Nolita, and Rockefeller Center, the team has signed a lease at 418 Columbus Avenue, at West 80th Street, on the Upper West Side. The storefront was formerly home to Andy’s Deli, which had been in the neighborhood for 32 years, according to the blog Westside Rag.

This restaurant is now selling its tortillas

Santa Fe BK, a Williamsburg New Mexican restaurant, known for its stellar breakfast burritos, now sells its tortillas for at-home cooking. They’re available for purchase via the takeout window every day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.