Kentucky Fried Chicken Seeking Lower East Side Space for New Outpost

The nearly century-old fast-casual fried chicken concept has over 24,000 outposts worldwide. Now, the team is seeking a new space in the Lower East Side.
The fast-casual burger chain has over 1,700 outposts worldwide, including 30-plus locations in New York City. Now, a new location is slated to enter the East Village soon.
Barcade’s flagship debuted in a former metal shop in Williamsburg in 2004. Now, it boasts numerous locations in major metropolitan areas, and more are slated to open soon.
The Former Queens-Based Cloud Kitchen Operation Lands Its First Full-Service Location In Williamsburg
The duo behind the award-winning oyster and cocktail bar in Williamsburg is opening a new concept in the Lower East Side.
Middle Eastern Grocer to Open New Eatery at Pier 57 in November
The New York City-based chain Banhmigos is looking to open its fifth outpost in Greenpoint. This will be its fourth outpost in the borough.
The 15-year-old restaurant chain location will be opening up two new indoor sites at the pier’s premises on the fifth floor and at the north footloose.
The team behind the 27-year-old American restaurant chain is seeking a space for its sixth outpost.
The team behind the newly Michelin Bib Gourmand recommended spot is looking to debut a new concept.
An Asian concept is slated to replace the space formerly occupied by E. Broadway Pizza in Chinatown.
The team behind Fillup Coffee, which has outposts in Manhattan and Brooklyn, is looking to open a new restaurant in the East Village.
Cloves Indian Cuisine Serves Northern Indian fare
A new sushi spot with one 13-seat bar is looking to enter the East Village.
Anna Bajenova of The Little Shop at South Street Seaport is looking to open a new concept in the Lower East Side.
A family member of the team behind Beija Flor in Long Island City is looking to bring a similar ‘authentic Brazilian’ concept to the Lower East Side.
The duo who currently operate an authentic Sichuan-style restaurant in Midtown are seeking a space for their second concept.
The Brooklyn-based hospitality team behind Sauced, Loosie’s Kitchen, and Etiquette is looking to debut its first Manhattan concept.
Linda Wang, founder of uber-successful Ume Hospitality, and Vincent Ning are looking to debut a new concept in the Lower East Side.

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