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NYC Restaurant Openings

Damn, DJs Are Taking Over the Iconic Forlini’s Space?

A Taiwanese Pantry Shop Packed With Chile Crisp and Soy Sauce Ice Cream — and More Openings

An Ambitious Pastry Chef Debuts Her Own Dessert Palace in Flatiron

An Omakase Hand Roll Spot Blossoms in Flushing

From the Ashes of Del Posto, Al Coro Aims to be NYC’s Marquee Italian Restaurant

Little Flower Cafe Wants to Be a Destination for Modern Halal Food

McCarren Park’s Outdoor Food Court Is Finally Here

Two Staten Island Restaurant Vets Transport Sri Lankan Food to Queens

A Southeast Asian Bar With Singaporean Snacks and Fish Sauce Cocktails — and More Openings

The Most Notable Hamptons Restaurant Openings for Summer 2022

Manhattan’s Latest Speakeasy Is Hidden Behind a Provisions Shop

Dig Attempts to Win Over the Dinner Crowd After the Pandemic Killed Off Office Lunches

Oiji, One of NYC’s Best Modern Korean Spots, Opens a More Upscale Restaurant

Can Manhattan Handle Another Parisian Wine Bar? The Team Behind Le Crocodile Thinks So

Salt Bae Is Expanding His Gimmicky Steakhouse Chain in NYC

Guadalajara’s Torta Ahogada Gets a Rare Stage in Brooklyn — and More Openings

A Win Son Co-Owner Opens a Laid-Back ‘Karaoke Saloon’ and Restaurant in Williamsburg

Times Square’s Newest Hotel Opens With a Yankees-Themed Steakhouse

After Launching in a Queens Subway Station, a Praised Burmese Restaurant Heads Aboveground

A Yakitori Master Launches a 14-Seat, Chicken-Centric Omakase in Chinatown

A Home for New Mexico’s Famed Green Chile Arrives in Williamsburg

An Angel’s Share Veteran Debuts His Own Ambitious Japanese Cocktail Bar in Gramercy

Renowned Chef Michael Solomonov Firing Up NYC Return With Buzzy Philly Import Laser Wolf

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

A Joël Robuchon Alum Puts a Modern Spin on Staid French Fine Dining

The Michelin-Starred Oxalis Team Opens a Restaurant Full of Spanish Wines and Seafood

A New Brooklyn Restaurant Debuts With a Take on Rochester’s Famed Garbage Plates

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Harlem’s 74-Year-Old King of Fried Chicken Keeps the Fryers Going

Decades after opening as a sidewalk stand on Amsterdam Avenue, chef Charles Gabriel kicks off his Harlem comeback with a block party

A Late-Night Smash Burger Spot Opens a Second Location Across Town

At NYC’s Newest Persian Restaurant, Find Live-Fire Cooking and Saffron Ice Cream Sandwiches

A Decades-Old Tamales Cart Finds New Life, and Impossible Meat, in Queens

Find birria tamales, barbacoa by the pound, and more at the new Evelia’s restaurant in East Elmhurst

The Most Anticipated NYC Restaurant Openings This Spring