Open and Closed: Say Hello to Saxon + Parole, Goodbye to Stuffed Artisan Cannolis
Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week. If you hear of any new openings or closings, let us know.
The Porch appears to be giving up its space in the East Village. A source says that an Indian restaurant will move in.
Stuffed Artisan Cannolis, on the Lower East Side, is also giving up the ghost. The owners of Fredi Sandwich Bar are, reportedly, intending to turn it into Dorado Tacos.
Sushein, one of those conveyor-belt sushi spots, has just opened in Tribeca. It's not just any conveyor-belt sushi spot, though: It's also kosher.
Saxon + Parole has finally arrived in the space formerly known as Double Crown. AvroKO is calling it a "twist" on your typical surf-and-turf joint.
Williamsburg welcomes Walden, another cozy neighborhood joint with a focus on wine and small plates.
The long-awaited La Mar Cebicheria Peruana is now open, serving up such Peruvian classics as cebiche and anticuchos.
The Three Hens is bringing nouveau American comfort food to Kips Bay. Dishes include Scotch egg with bacon vinaigrette, and tomato soup with fennel-chile oil and Thai basil.
Dig Inn Seasonal Market, the new incarnation of Pump Energy, makes its debut, with chef Daniel Angerer at the helm.
Zucker, a Mediterranean-style bakery, has opened in the East Village. It offers baked goods and Stumptown coffee.
The wait for neurogastronomy is finally over: Romera, the new Spanish restaurant in the Dream Hotel, has arrived, with its 11-course $245 menu.
Fleisher's Grass-Fed & Organic Meats is bringing its pasture-raised beef, lamb, and pork, and free-range, organic poultry to Park Slope.
Movie theaters-slash-restaurants are, like, totally a thing now. IndieScreen has an international menu of edamame hummus, arancini, and tamarind wings with Gorgonzola.
The Lower East Side gets Southeast Asian street food with the Masala Wala, serving mughlai paratha (stuffed breads), halim (slow-cooked lamb and lentils), and biryani.