Emmy Squared starts slinging square pies Wednesday night.
Chef Gunnar Gíslason's menu is inspired by locally foraged plants and Nordic cooking techniques.
Albert Di Meglio returns to his Southern Italian roots.
The Iron Chef’s first noodle shop opens on Friday.
There's mustard-spiked bechamel and a crust that tastes like an everything bagel, too.
It's big on vegetables, cocktails, and Georgian wine.
Frankel's Delicatessen & Appetizing opens in Greenpoint this Saturday.
Rider opens Monday for drinks and dinner.
Antoine Westermann is kind of a big deal.
The owners want their new café to appeal to every one of their neighbors — morning commuters, discriminating diners, picnic-packers, parents, toddlers, laptop-toting freelancers, and all.
The restaurant, which draws inspiration from proto-California cuisine, opens on Thursday.
Teisui opens in Flatiron next week.
The shop opens on Monday with porchetta panini, smoked-tomato-butter-and-avocado crostini, and an Italian pupu platter of sorts.
The coffee shop serves made-to-order toasts, baked eggs, and salads.
And, naturally, plenty of avocado.
It's on the menu at Nix, John Fraser's new restaurant.
Though there are plenty of those, too.
Indian Accent, a hit in New Delhi, is now open at Le Parker Méridien.
The wine bar, now open on Bleecker Street, has a retail component.
The brand-new uptown location boasts several new menu items.