Breslin Opens Tomorrow; Payard Returns With Uptown Chocolate Bar


East Village: Starting tonight, Spina offers a $25 prix fixe Tuesday through Thursday nights that includes two pasta courses, a glass of wine, and biscotti for dessert. [Grub Street]
Kanoyama is opening a sake bar in the former Pita Grill space. [Eater]
Flatiron: The Breslin says it will open for breakfast and lunch tomorrow, with dinner starting in the coming weeks. [Grub Street]
Hell’s Kitchen: Kyotofu will celebrate its third anniversary on October 30 by giving away new seasonal sweets like pumpkin cupcakes. [Grub Street]
Midtown East: Free Foods NYC, the to-go spot with a Pure Food and Wine pedigree, closed its East Side location. [Midtown Lunch]
Midtown West: The Schnitzel and Things truck is experimenting with goat-cheese spaetzle. [Blondie and Brownie]
François Payard is back to pleasing uptown ladies with his pastry prowess just months after closing Payard. He opens François Chocolate Bar on November 4 in the Mauboussin jewelry store at 714 Madison Avenue at 63rd Street. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]