Bar Seemingly Named After 1971 Airplane Hijacker Planned for the Garment District

D.B. Cooper's would replace The Restaurant, at 506 9th Ave.
Nestled at 170 Bleecker St., the 2,000-square-foot establishment is set to become a culinary haven for both vegans and food enthusiasts alike.
Korean delivery service files plans for full-service restaurant in Ukranian Village.
Former Café Cortadito space will house the Mexican restaurant.
The Brooklyn-based eatery offers "100% handcrafted" authentic jerk chicken, oxtails, and other Caribbean favorites, across a few locations.
Ansel has signed a fifteen-year lease for space at 64 University Place, a prestigious address within a luxury "boutique" condominium complex.
Ahgassi Gopchang replaces Baekjeong on February 20, 2024, while Baekjeong's new home will open in fall 2024.
Brooklyn-based café, bakery, and restaurant has officially submitted an application to the Community Board for opening a new location, at 23 Second Avenue.
The new location, situated on the 16th floor of a building in the heart of Koreatown, promises breathtaking views and an ambiance that mirrors the high standards of its culinary offerings.
Michelin-starred chef Johnny Spero of D.C.'s Reverie is set to consult on the culinary component.
If plans get approved, Raoul's will add two new dining rooms (one private) and a new kitchen.
Future bakery space formerly served as a box office and was most recently the site of Radio City Music Hall’s gift shop.
There's a pop-up on Orchard Street teasing what could be in-bound: wood-fired bagels, handmade pastries, organic coffee.
Kanpai is poised to offer a "high-end" sushi dining experience, focusing on seating at the sushi bar to engage diners directly with the art of sushi making.
Yet-to-be-named restaurant is set to replace farm-to-table venue Villanelle.

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