Six Restaurants That Opened This Week In NYC
When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday, we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week: the team behind Rosemary's brings us a Southern French restaurant, fresh mini donuts are being served up in Harlem, and a Southern restaurant takes on the Lower East Side crowd.
Boswyck Bagels, 264 Bleecker Street, Brooklyn, 718-386-3663
Bushwick residents George Lagos and Phil Joseph just opened Boswyck Bagels, a shop that offers a variety of hand-rolled bagels, smoothies, burgers, and more. Boswyck Bagels is open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Carvin's, 381 Lenox Avenue, 646-852-6780
Carvin's is now serving mini donuts in Harlem, which range from the classic powdered sugar variety to flavors like peanut butter and jelly, bacon and egg, or white chocolate and coconut. All donuts are made to order and cost $3 for a set of three, $5 for six.
Claudette, 24 Fifth Avenue, 212-868-2424
Bobo and Rosemary's owner Carlos Suarez brings us Claudette, a Provençal restaurant inspired by a trip to Southern France. Chef Koren Grieveson's menu includes items such as whole roasted dorade, chicken tagine, and truffle hummus. The space amplifies the rustic French feel with blue and white tiling and wooden accents.