Kyoto Crunchy Sloppy Joes at Mira Sushi & IzakayaProvided

As is the way of things in NYC, Snowstorm Juno didn't go as expected. While Manhattan was largely spared, there was plenty of snow in the outer boroughs to complicate subway service, and that's meant trouble for some restaurants that would otherwise be putting the fat on your ribs to deal with a bit more winter yet.

Here's what's open, what's not, and who's offering deals for those braving the cold today. For the latest updates, check the Twitter hashtag #OpenInNYC.

Crown Heights food hallBerg'nis closed, as areDelaware & HudsonandArrogant Swine, though owner Tyson Ho hassome recommendationson how to pass the time today.

If you're looking to warm up, get toRoberta'sfor $3 hot toddies, hot cider and mulled wine from 4-7 p.m.


The standard happy hour atProfessor Thom’sfrom noon-7 p.m. is in effect ($4 select drafts and wine, $5 well drinks) to go with an all-day movie marathon with bottomless popcorn.

Forrest Pointis making metaphorical lemonade with a snowman building contest (with prizes!) in its garden at 4 p.m. Teams of up to four people will have one hour to complete their creations.

Hill Country Barbecue Marketis open in Manhattan and Brooklyn, where it's $5 margaritas and Happy Hour all day.

Mu Rameniskeeping it low-keydue to limited MTA service, with a first come, first served service from 6-9:30 p.m.

Carroll Gardens fried chicken mavensWilma Jeanwere going to be closed today but decided to reopen at 2 p.m.

Shake Shackisback in businesseverywhere but Long Island.

Yes, you canstill get a cronut.

Martagot up earlier than most of the city, opening at 7 a.m. to serve its lauded Roman pizzas and, until tomorrow, there'snocorkagefee. That same deal applies atUnion Square Cafe,Gramercy TavernandMaialino.

Batardthinks everyone else just needs a littleFrench chutzpah, because it's "most certainly open tonight."

While walking the city to take snow photos, grab a cup of bone both fromBrodo. They're open and offeringa new add-in.

Times Square barely felt the breeze from Juno, andUrbowill be readyat 5 p.m. for dinner.

All BR Guest Hospitality restaurants are open and serving their full menus:Bill's Bar and Burger,Isabella's,Strip HouseandRubyFoo's.

DosCaminosopened at 2 p.m. at limited capacity, with guacamole and bar business at its Third Avenue, Meatpacking District, Park Avenue South and SoHo locations.

Atlantic Grill Lincoln Center,Ocean GrillandBlue Water Grillwill open at 4 p.m. for their sunset menus, followed by dinner at 5 p.m.

Del Postohad a game planand reopened at noon.

The Meatball Shopis opening late today, between 4 and 6 p.m., to allow for extra travel time for its staff, but when they do it's two-for-one Hot Buttered Rum cocktails all night long.

Mira Sushi & Izakayais extending happy hour from 4-9 p.m. with $5 beers, $6 wines, $8 well drinks, $6 sake and $13 select specialty cocktails. Select appetizers are two for $8 or $12 including the Togarashi Fries, Kyoto Crunchy Sloppy Joes and Gyoza, among others.

Charlie Birdwas open last night and has been slinging its Italian-influenced small plates since 11:30 a.m. today.

Grab a Tuesday brunch atBoulton & Wattuntil 7 p.m., with select brunch dishes and $5 brunch cocktails, as well as $5 drafts and wines, and $8 specialty cocktails.

Over at ESquared Hospitality, it's all-day happy hour atBLT Bar & Grill,BLT Fish ShackandHorchata.

Score free Nutella hot chocolate or churros for dessert atBoquerialocations.

If you're looking to pass the time for longer than a meal, Barcade opened at noon, Bowlmor at 2 p.m., and the show is going on atBrooklyn Bowl.

In short, a little snow is no match for foodies.Rye Restaurant(go for themeatloaf sandwich) summed it up for us all:

Biz as usual at Rye OPEN this eve at 5:30 for Happy Hour!

A photo posted by @ryerestaurant on

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