November's Openings and Closings
The shark-infested waters of New York City's restaurant industry are not for the faint of heart. In case you're into keeping tabs, here is a list of those who took the leap and opened new establishments and those who were forced to bow out this month.
David's Tea (275 Bleecker Street) Buschenschank (320 Court Street) Basik (323 Graham Street) Sadie's Kitchen (243 Degraw Street) Kutsher's TriBeCa (186 Franklin Street) Brasilina (832-836 Ninth Avenue) Bistro Petit (774 Driggs Avenue) Capizzi (547 Ninth Avenue) JoeDough (135 First Avenue) Grey Dog Coffee (244 Mulberry Street) AOA Bar and Grill (35 Sixth Avenue) Kupersmith (49 Clinton Street) Zi' Pep (424 East 9th Street) The Crown Inn (724 Franklin Avenue) Gwynnett St. (312 Graham Avenue) Allswell (124 Bedford Avenue) Skinny's Cantina (4705 Center Boulevard) Littleneck (288 Third Avenue) Parm (248 Mulberry Street) Walter Foods (253 Grand Street) Vinatta Project (69 Gansevoort Street)
Swissmaker (732 Seventh Avenue) Vynl's (Chelsea) (102 Eighth Avenue) Ha'chi Restaurant and Lounge (185 Orchard Street) Babouche (2 Lincoln Place) Siam Inn (251 West 51st Street) Ko-Z (514 East 6th Street) My Maki (142 East 42nd Street) Quantum Leap (203 First Avenue) Xoom (125 East 7th Street)
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