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5 New Restaurant Openings in NYC You Should Know About

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There are plenty of restaurants in New York City, but maybe you want to try something entirely new and we don't blame you.

So we made a quick list of the new restaurant openings that seem like the most exciting additions to the city's culinary space. Here they are!

Bronson’s Burgers

A new burger joint in Soho from the team behind Wayla and Kimika. Bronson’s Burgers serves fried chicken sandwiches, a BLT, and several different kinds of fries, as well as a matcha milkshake and more.

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Melissa Hom / Bronson’s Burgers

They are located in the former Torrisi space on Mulberry Street. Open every day from 11 am to 10 pm.

Address: 250 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10012.

Baby Luc's

Mark Iacono and the team behind Lucali opened a slice shop in Carroll Gardens called Baby Luc’s. The slice shop is supposed to be a more accessible option than the famous Lucali, according to Iacono.

Here is a short video by YouTube user of what to expect:

For more information visit their website.

Address: 387 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231.

Au Za’atar

This is the second location of a famous Lebanese food spot that gained popularity because of TikTok. The restaurant is located in the former Rosa Mexicano space on 58th Street in Midtown East.

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Grub Street

If never tried Lebanese cuisine or want to try creamy labne topped with olives and a slick of olive oil or grilled mix platter with sumac-dusted fries, then Au Za’atar is the best spot for it.

The restaurant is open every day from 5 pm to 10 pm.

Address: 1063 1st Ave (corner of 1st Ave & 58th Street) New York, NY 10022.

Saint Theo’s

This is a new upscale Italian restaurant in the West Village. Founded by the team behind American Bar and Cafe Clover.

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Rebecca Fondren

The classy looking dining room with vintage dining chairs will definitely make you feel like you are vacationing in Venice, Italy. The menu is composed of a huge selection of pasta and seafood dishes.

Address: 340 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014.

Somewhere in Nolita

This is the newest addition to Lower Manhattan’s rooftop bars. They are serving colorful cocktails and seafood-heavy bar snacks with beautiful views from the top of The Nolitan Hotel.

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Somewhere in Nolita website

Somewhere in Nolita is open Thursday-Sunday from 4 pm-12 am. It's the perfect space for a friends outing or even a date night.

Address: 30 Kenmare St, New York, NY 10012.

Which one of these will you be trying out? Let us know in the comments below.

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