Restaurant openings in NYC

Satisfy your craving for burgers and milkshakes at Harlem Shake.
Satisfy your craving for burgers and milkshakes at Harlem Shake.

Harlem Shake
100 W. 124th St., 646-508-5657
It was just a matter of time before this burger and shake spot opened.

Hybird
75 Ninth Ave., 212-989-3332
Questlove is behind this new Chelsea Market spot, which will sell the rapper’s signature fried chicken and other fun dishes like egg dumplings and a watermelon-jalapeño Love Slush.

One Twenty-Two First Avenue
122 First Ave., 212-533-2809
Artisanal pizza and small plates from a former Dos Caminos chef.

Plan B
244 Mulberry St., 212-775-0111
Not your average tapas place — think rabbit meatballs, crispy pig ears and bull testicles.

Blue Ribbon Beer Garden
190 Allen St., 212-466-0404
Just in time for summer, the Lower East Side gets another beer garden. Forget pretzels and bratwurst — line up for the $15 smoky barbecue plate, which includes black-eyed peas, coleslaw and cornbread.

Hill & Dale
115 Allen St., 212-420-1115
The vintage ambiance at this American kitchen is meant to evoke early 20th century radio culture.

Parker & Quinn
63 W. 39th St., 212-729-0277
Inside the new Refinery Hotel — a former hat factory — is this prohibition-style space, with cocktails by SushiSamba pro Alex Ott.

Casimir & Co.
1022 Lexington Ave., 212-879-6190
Rustic wood, an open kitchen and daily menus are some of the hallmarks of this new French bistro.

The Fourth
132 Fourth Ave., 212-432-1324
Small bites, share plates, house-made pastas, and farm-fresh meat and seafood from the husband and wife behind Tocqueville.

The Backyard at the Pines
284 Third Ave., Brooklyn, 718-596-6560
A new Gowanus hangout with communal tables and grilled dishes that change every day with chef Angelo Romano’s whim.

Preserve24
175-177 E. Houston St.,  646-837-6100
This art installation doubles as a restaurant with a rather large wood-burning potbelly stove.


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