Floridita Reopens in Harlem, Patsy Grimaldi Opens Juliana's in Dumbo
Patsy Grimaldi opened a new pizza place in Dumbo after making his name with this one.
After Columbia University expanded in Manhattanville, 34-year-old Floridita was forced to move from its Columbia-owned location. But the Caribbean joint reopened just a few blocks away at 12th Avenue and 125th Street in the same building as Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. They're serving up the same grub from the same owner, Ramon Diaz. 700 West 125th St.
West Village sports bar the Windsor opened a new location in the Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel. The prices are high for bar food like sliders and fish and chips, but the game (any game!) is always on. 420 Park Ave. South
The Kittery, a new seafood restaurant, opened on Smith Street in Carroll Gardens. Chef Joshua Moulton serves up lobster rolls, lobster stew and clam chowder. Check out the full menu on their Facebook page. 305 Smith St., Brooklyn
Another seafare spot opened in the East Village last week. The Drunken Clam made a home in the tofu/ karaoke complex on St. Mark's Place. Aside from steamed clams and jumbo shrimp, the menu features clams dunked in stew from NY Tofu and crispy kimchi pancakes. 6 St. Mark's Pl.
Patsy Grimaldi, the coal-oven pizza legend behind Grimaldi's, opened up Juliana's on Old Fulton Street in Dumbo. Expect specialty pizzas, appetizers, and an exclusive raspberry chocolate chunk ice cream from Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory. 19 Old Fulton St., Brooklyn
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