Open and Closed: Say Hello to Cannibal, Goodbye to Compass
Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week. If you hear of any new openings or closings, let us know.
Burger Heaven, in Midtown, has "closed for renovations," according to the website, but a source says the space has a new tenant: a Japanese restaurant. [Midtown Lunch]
Greenpoint has a new café called Troost, serving coffee and pastries, as well as wine, beer, cheese, and charcuterie. [Eater]
The Upper East Side has welcomed the Seahorse Tavern. The menu features shrimp po'boys, fried oysters, and sliders. [Eater]
Waffle & Wolf is bringing waffles to Williamsburg. Expect Dutch waffles with fillings like Nutella, honey and cinnamon cream cheese, and avocado and tuna salad. [Zagat Buzz]
The brown liquor and grilled cheese trends collide at Noorman's Kil. The Williamsburg bar offers a vast selection of whiskeys, plus American craft beer. [Thrillist]
Los Angeles chain Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is opening an outpost in Times Square. Its menu of blended drinks includes mocha, black forest, and caramel. [TONY]
Ed's Lobster Bar Annex is ready to go is Soho, specializing in small plates like skate sliders and, of course, lobster rolls. [TONY]
Paris's Maison Ladurée is bringing its fancy macarons to Midtown. Flavors include caramel, framboise, and praline. [TONY]
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