New restaurants in NYC, week of Nov. 7
261 W. 125th St.
Red Lobster has more than 700 locations across North America, and now it’s coming to Harlem.
344 Third Ave., 646-918-7220
Hey sports fans — how do you feel about 45 60-inch HD screens? That’s what you can find at Murray Hill’s newest sports bar. Traditional American dishes share the menu with house-made sushi.
141 Second Ave., 646-678-4018
The new East Village restaurant has an ambitious goal: to make “the best tacos and Mexican food you’ve ever had.” You almost have to go and test them on that one, right?
Golden Cadillac Food & Drink
13 First Ave., 212-995-5151
We’re talking classic cocktails circa 1970s and food inspired by vintage editions of Gourmet magazine.
104 S. Fourth St., Williamsburg, 718-599-0412
First came Randolph at Broome, then Randolph Beer, and now Randolph Brooklyn is here. Hang over a couple of the dozen draft beers at the bar or dive into a classic American burger in one of the ’70s-inspired booths.
Hops & Hocks
2 Morgan Ave., 718-456-4677
Bushwick has become home to more than 200 beers, 100 flavors of cured meats and plenty of other treats with the opening of Hops & Hocks. Enjoy the beer and charcuterie in store or take it home.
267 Flatbush Ave., 718-622-2224
Pitmaster John Avila of Franklin’s BBQ is leaving the bright lights of Austin, Tex., for NYC. Signature dishes at the slow-smoke eatery include deep fried turkey tails and stuffed baked potatoes.