Manhattan is gaining an Austrian joint, but it's also losing one.
Taavo Somer's Freemans offshoot is a lighter, brighter space with soda-fountain drinks and serious fried chicken.
Ratha Chaupoly reveals his new concept, and it involves hot-dog buns. Get 50 percent off your first purchase.
It will be replaced next month by a new concept.
The spot at 150 Bowery is kaput, but owner Shaul Margulies has found something next door in Williamsburg.
The furniture store turned restaurant gets a name.
169 Essex Street is most likely the home of Chris Santos's latest venture.
Some "pretty big people" are putting a restaurant where M. Katz & Sons furniture used to be.
Despite opposition from Crash Mansion over its name, the Alta follow-up on the Bowery gets community-board approval.
The site of the falling taxidermy incident gets temporarily sidelined.
The coffee craze meets the cocktail craze.
The former owner of Boucarou opens a new spot across from his old digs.
Plus: David Wondrick and Don Lee talk polar cocktails, and Mercadito expands hours for the World Cup, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Casa Mezcal opens this week; Snack Dragon opens in June.
Plus: a French crêperie moves to St. Marks, and Cosmic Cantina prepares to close, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
The narrow Vietnamese eatery has made more room for itself.
Plus, a Subway–Dunkin' Donuts knockoff?