Open & Closed: Say Hello to Zengo; Goodbye to Lusso
Restaurants, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and taking their leaves this week. It might be curtains for Great Wall on Henry Street, which has been shuttered by the DoH for a total of 58 violations, including evidence of roaches and inadequate staff hygiene. [Brooklyn Heights Blog]
Zengo, the Latin American-Asian fusion place cheffed by Akhtar Nawab, is coming on Tuesday, serving dim sum that includes tacos, empanadas, and arepas. [NY Times]
Balaboosta brings Mediterranean Middle Eastern to Nolita, such as mussels in harissa broth, grilled merguez, and chicken with paella-style barley. [NY Times]
The long-awaited cocktail bar Dram in the former Chickenbone Cafe space in Williamsburg has finally debuted with a menu of classic, tiki, and signature cocktails. [Thrillist]
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