New restaurants opening in NYC

Oysters at APT-13 Credit: Provided
Oysters are on the menu at APT-13.
Credit: Andrew Kist

Here’s what’s on our radar this week:

APT-13

115 Avenue C, 917-475-1213

Japanese and Caribbean influences entwine in this East Village spot, where alcohol is suggested with each menu item.

The Chester

18 Ninth Ave.,646-253-2284

The folks behind The Ainsworth have opened this American brassiere in the Gansevoort Hotel.

Bubby’s High Line

73 Gansevoort St., 212-206-6200

Bubby’s second location (the first is in Tribeca) is near the High Line and the upcoming Whitney Museum of American Art. It will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus brunch all day.

Minton’s

206 118th St., 212-243-2222

This new supper club calls its cuisine “Southern revival cooking with low country notes.”

La Rosetta

243 W. 14th St., 212-924-3400

Chef Fred Mero of The Four Seasons and The Boathouse opens his own place, focusing on healthy eats from the Mediterranean.

Whitman & Bloom

384 3rd Ave., 212-725-4110

Find charcuterie, fromage and entrees divided by where they came from — be that the farm, the bay or the garden.

Barrio Bar

50 Gansevoort St., 646-434-7504

This new nightlife destination will serve Peruvian food.


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