Open & Closed: Say Hello to Le Comptoir, Goodbye to Mantao
Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week.
Breuckelen, a new restaurant in Cobble Hill, will specialize in local, seasonal fare. The chef-owner, Andrew Karasz, hails from San Francisco. [NY Times]
Sébastien Chamaret, formerly of La Goulue, has opened Le Comptoir in Williamsburg, serving brunch daily until the liquor license is approved, when it will add dinner service. [NY Times]
Momo Sushi Shack in Bushwick is the latest effort from the team behind Bozu in Williamsburg. Look for its patented sushi "bombs": scoops of rice topped with fish. [Time Out]
Williamsburg mainstay Peter's Since 1969 is opening a Hell's Kitchen outpost, which will serve its renowned rotisserie chicken and house-made Polish sausage. [Time Out]
Bazar Bistro is a new Franco-Moroccan, with a menu featuring moules frites du jour, phyllo stuffed with braised chicken and feta, and lamb mitonnee. [Thrillist]
The latest antique club to be reborn is Lambs Club in Midtown. David Rabin and Sasha Petraske collaborated to create three separate spaces for dining and cocktailing. [UrbanDaddy]
Fisk, a little Swedish market, has opened next to White Slab Palace. It stocks cheeses, sodas, candies, cookies, and other Scandinavian goodies. [Bowery Boogie]
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