For the first fall since 2019, there is an abundance of new places to eat and drink on the horizon as chefs are finally able to put some long-gestating pre-pandemic plans into action, revive once-closed favorites, or simply launch new projects entirely. Here’s what you need to know about the busiest opening season in years.
More New Restaurants
- It’s the Most Hyped Burger in Years — But Is It Any Good?
- Lawn Club Brings Croquet and Cocktails to the Seaport
- Ray’s, the TikTokiest Faux Dive in New York, Expands to Greenpoint
- Here Comes Carbone Privato
- A Lobster Roll Returns to Cornelia Street