Cofounder of ‘Interactive Wine Bar’ to Open New Restaurant

Morgan First of Rosé Mansion is looking to debut a new restaurant concept called Champagne Wishes in the Lower East Side.
Lenlin Kandel was the first-ever employee of the pioneering New York City-based poke chain. Almost a decade later, he is set to own a location.
After a decade, the staple Greenpoint bar Ramona closed in 2022. Now a new restaurant bar named Madeline's is set to replace it.
The company opened its first New York City concept Moody Tongue Sushi in the West Village earlier this year. It is looking to open a new Japanese concept in the East Village next summer.
Husband-and-wife duo Saif Qaiz and Kiran Lutefeali are opening up their first food business.
Montauk Dive Bar opens in the East Village Halloween through New Years
The concept is located in the historic Renwick Hotel just steps from the Madison Avenue advertising corridor
Omakase experience from veteran sushi chef Robby Cook highlights classic Japanese techniques
The team behind Jones Street Wine is looking to debut a wine bar in the East Village.
Masahiro Kuniya, a NYC-based Japanese street wear designer with hospitality experience, is looking to open a beer bar in the Lower East Side.
The Times Square location will offer 36 selections of frozen treats daily that rotate seasonally, each handmade in-store
Instant Noodle Factory, an automated Asian concept in Long Island City, is making a bid to join the East Village community.
A third outpost of Mr. Bao, an ‘Asian kitchen’ spot known for its handcrafted dumplings and rice bowls, is opening its first outpost in Manhattan.
The Gramercy Park-based ‘urban cafe eatery’ is looking to open a second location in the East Village.
The team behind Beyond the Pale in Nolita is looking to open a “neighborhood family style tapas restaurant and bar” in the Lower East Side.
A new wine bar is slated to take over the space formerly occupied by the French wine bar Le Pif, which closed in 2021, on 465 West 23rd Street in West Chelsea.
The hospitality team behind Her Name Is Hand, and popular Korean concepts are bringing a Seoul-based concept to Manhattan soon.
Six-year-old TAQ in Ann Arbor is moving to Manhattan to sell ‘not your typical street taco.’
The team behind pandemic-born Black Cat Wines is opening up a storefront in the space formerly occupied by Brooklyn Barrel in Park Slope later this fall.
The popular all-day Mexican cafe has two locations in Brooklyn. Its team is now opening a new Italian concept across from its flagship.

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