Open and Closed: Say Hello to Saxon + Parole, Goodbye to Stuffed Artisan Cannolis
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.
Sushein, one of those conveyor-belt sushi spots, has just opened in Tribeca. It's not just any conveyor-belt sushi spot, though: It's also kosher. [Tribeca Citizen]
Saxon + Parole has finally arrived in the space formerly known as Double Crown. AvroKO is calling it a "twist" on your typical surf-and-turf joint. [The Feast]
Williamsburg welcomes Walden, another cozy neighborhood joint with a focus on wine and small plates. [Zagat Buzz]
The long-awaited La Mar Cebicheria Peruana is now open, serving up such Peruvian classics as cebiche and anticuchos. [Eater]
The Three Hens is bringing nouveau American comfort food to Kips Bay. Dishes include Scotch egg with bacon vinaigrette, and tomato soup with fennel-chile oil and Thai basil. [Grub Street]
Dig Inn Seasonal Market, the new incarnation of Pump Energy, makes its debut, with chef Daniel Angerer at the helm. [Zagat Buzz]
Zucker, a Mediterranean-style bakery, has opened in the East Village. It offers baked goods and Stumptown coffee. [EV Grieve]
The wait for neurogastronomy is finally over: Romera, the new Spanish restaurant in the Dream Hotel, has arrived, with its 11-course $245 menu. [Eater]
Fleisher's Grass-Fed & Organic Meats is bringing its pasture-raised beef, lamb, and pork, and free-range, organic poultry to Park Slope. [TONY]
Movie theaters-slash-restaurants are, like, totally a thing now. IndieScreen has an international menu of edamame hummus, arancini, and tamarind wings with Gorgonzola. [TONY]
The Lower East Side gets Southeast Asian street food with the Masala Wala, serving mughlai paratha (stuffed breads), halim (slow-cooked lamb and lentils), and biryani. [TONY]
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