April showers bring May slurpers.
In Crown Heights, two neighboring commercial developments have potentially delicious consequences.
It's a Southern thing.
They may be low fat, but they cost $3.85 per piece.
Get ready for a "’50s-to-’70s California motel aesthetic."
It opens this summer.
This is going to be good.
The Williamsburg favorite opens its Ludlow Street location on May 7.
Black Seed Bagels, from Mile End's Noah Bernamoff and the Smile's Matt Kliegman, has locked down its second location.
Le Coq Rico is from chef Antoine Westermann.
It'll really kick into gear by the time Mother's Day brunch comes around.
Rockaway kale pies, anyone?
Fresh pasta is at the center of the menu.
It's being described, as you can imagine, as "Eataly-type."
The veal Parmesan will also be on he menu.
How about some whiskey with those waffles?
The New York native is closing in on his first Stateside outpost of Ivan Ramen.
The waterfront restaurant will open in May.