Meet the Theater District Cookie Company On Its Way to Becoming ‘A Household Name’

At the same time Schmackary's got a lucrative product placement deal on Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building, the team announced it was launching its franchise business. With the rate it’s growing, its team believes it could be the next big thing.
The chef behind numerous successful concepts in the city, including his flagship Estela, which holds a Michelin star, is debuting a new concept at the Nine Orchard Hotel.
Patis Bakery is opening its newest location in the East Village in the space formerly occupied by The Bean. The French-American shop boasts an array of Kosher pastries and breads.
The last applicant for the space got pushed out due to local backlash. However, this steakhouse chain is very comparable to its former occupant. Does it stand a better chance?
The 85-plus-year-old bialy shop billed as having an “old school feel” is working on its fourth outpost. The team is aiming to open in the spring.
The over-four-decade-old bagel shop in Queens is opening its second outpost in Murray Hill.
Brooklyn Heights’ L’Appartement 4F, a fan-favorite French bakery, is making the big move to Manhattan this year. It will be located in James Beards’ former apartment complex.
The highly-rated Thai restaurant has been serving the NoHo community for over seven years. Now, the team is bringing their coveted cuisine to Brooklyn this summer.
The Bay Area brothers launched their Chipotlesque venture in 2009. Now, the successful New York City-based chain has nearly two dozen outposts.
Owner Ariel Arce closed her concept, Air’s Champagne Parlor, to expand Tokyo Record Bar, which is just below it. The new space will also have a new menu created by a new chef.
A team of top-tier dessert chefs and restaurateurs are opening a small donut shop with unique flavors you likely won’t find anywhere else, from beet chocolate to peanut lemongrass.
The unassuming nightlife establishment co-founded by top-tier New York City restaurateurs is intended to be an “unpretentious hometown hangout” spot.
The team behind Pasta Louise in Park Slope promises their sister concept will be the “sophisticated yet welcoming” cocktail bar the community desperately needed.
A restaurant and cocktail bar is looking to replace the former gay pub. The new spot’s owner says he was involved with the historic gay nightclub, The Factory, in West Hollywood.
A former manager at Kastel Bar & Restaurant created the new establishment. He hopes to create an “inclusive” spot for locals and tourists alike.
The neighborhood dive bar is closing because owner duo Mark and Billy are looking to retire, however, a local regular and his two pals in the restaurant business are hoping to take over.
The Peruvian-American chef owns numerous concepts in the city, including Fellini Coffee, Baby Brasa, Tivoli Trattoria and Sakai Poke. Now, he is hoping to open a third outpost of his café.
Garage Sale Vintage, a Denver-based concept with outposts in Boulder and Nashville, is looking to make the big move to Manhattan.
Michael Stillman of Quality Branded, which is behind a handful of high-end restaurants and bars in the city, is looking to debut a new concept.
Owner Luigi Iasilli is bringing his Southern Italian hometown’s cuisine, where ancient breads abound, including its unique fermented pizza, to New York City.

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