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South Slope

  1. Openings
    Brooklyn Has a New Schnitzel-and-Spaetzle DestinationWerkstatt comes from acclaimed Austrian chef Thomas Ferlesch.
  2. Bar Children
    Now Greenwood Park Is Too Child-FriendlySomehow all that public urination outside the beer garden isn’t deterring people from bringing their kids.
  3. Openings
    First Look at Thistle Hill Tavern, Opening Soon in South SlopeTwo ‘inoteca vets bring gastropubby comfort food and serious drinks to their neighborhood.
  4. Openings
    Reputed Mobster Will Help Open New Lucali“Brooklyn mobster gives judge food for thought.”
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    More Chances to Catch Fergus Henderson This Fall; Hell’s Kitchen the NewPlus: Little Buddy Bakery now open on the South Slope, and Bushwick gets a cafe-garden–performance-space, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Food and Cheap Beer in the South Slope; The ’Burg Gets AnotherThe Cheyenne Diner gets its latest fifteen minutes of fame, and pet goat at Dévi in today’s neighborhood food news.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Crosby Connection Will Rise Again; Los Dados the Last Breath of MeatpackingMeatpacking District: With the wave of recent restaurant and nightlife closings, this area seems doomed, but Los Dados and long-delayed Merkato 55 might be able to salvage the hip destination, at least “on its western perimeter.” [Zagat] Midtown East: Midtown Lunch finagled a sneak peak of Sakae Sushi’s conveyor belt and loses his cool: “If you’ve been to an outlet overseas, you may end up disappointed by the first US location which lacks some of the uniqueness or ‘cool’ factor of the locations in Asia. That’s because they felt a more subdued location would be more appealing to the clientele of Midtown.… Even when we get something cool, we get screwed.” [Midtown Lunch] Park Slope: Lebanese Laila has closed, which doesn’t seem like a surprise since it was across the street from “the better, cheaper Olive Vine.” [TONY] South Slope: The Fourth Avenue soup man has officially given up his spot in preparation for a new fancy condo. [Eat for Victory/VV] Upper West Side: China Fun is getting in on the New Year shill fest: Submit 500 words (or fewer) on why you want to celebrate the Year of the Rat at China Fun (info@chinafun-ny.com), and you could win a banquet for eight. West Village: After losing its lease, Italian sandwich destination Crosby Connection is moving from its hole-in-the-wall to an actual restaurant space a couple of blocks away. [The Gluttoness]