Why yes, that is a wine machine inside The Park 112. Credit: Provided
Here's what's on our radar this week.
Decoy at Red Farm 529 1/2 Hudson St., 212-792-9700 Phase 1 of the Chinese restaurant's expansion — a late-night bar — rolls out Wednesday; Phase 2 will offer a full dinner menu and should be ready by February.
Park Kitchen 870 Seventh Ave., 212-707-5500 Located inside the Park Central Hotel, this modern American restaurant boasts a chef from Eleven Madison Park.
Bleecker Kitchen & Co. 643 Broadway, 212-253-7467 Seasonally inspired breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch dishes will be served in industrial digs.
Thelma on Clinton 29A Clinton St., 212-979-8471 Chef Melissa O’Donnell designed the space herself to mimic walking into her own home. Nightly specials like whole wheat pasta with duck confit, walnuts and sage are served on a rotating menu.
The Park 112 2080 Frederick Douglass Blvd., 646-524-6610 Harlem’s newest hotspot has a globally-influenced menu and one of the country’s only self-service wine machines
Dogmatic Dogs 120 MacDougal St., 212-414-0600 Healthy hot dogs? These puppies are made from grass-fed, pasture-raised meats free of hormones and antibiotics.
Tablao 361 Greenwich St., 212-334-4043 Tribeca welcomes a new tapas bar; there will be live Flamenco shows twice a week.
BarBacon 836 Ninth Ave., 646-362-0622 Artisanal bacon paired with artisanal beer ... what’s not to love?
North River 166 First Ave., 212-228-1200 Homestyle cooking and Victorian design are the hallmarks of this new East Village eatery.
Bavaria Bierhaus 19 S. William St., 212-480-8142 A new bi-level German beer hall and restaurant (with furniture imported from the motherland!) hits the Financial District.
Wine Spot 127 MacDougal St., 212-505-1248 The former Tea Spot now is serving wine and tapas.
Fung Tu 22 Orchard St., 212-219-8785 Expect imaginative Chinese food from Per Se alum Jonathan Wu.