This week in openings...
The much hyped sandwich offshoot of Cambodian noodle bar Kampuchea, Num Pang, is open. Grub Street posted a slideshow sneak peak. [Grub Street]
Another Asian sandwich joint, An Choi, has been soft open for a few weeks and will announce its grand opening soon. [Eater]
The Feedbag gets first crack at Michael Psilakis' Anthos Upstairs, a casual alternative to the more upscale Anthos. The 'Bag posts the menu: dishes are in the $10-15 range. [The Feedbag]
Brouwerij Lane in Greenpoint has opened its doors to patrons seeking "exotic beers." It also sells $10 self-serve growlers that can be filled at any of 10 taps. [Thrillist]
The new Libertador Argentine steakhouse has a decor that is reminiscent of owner Stefano Villa's other establishments, Azul and Industria Argentina. [Daily Candy]
The original Sora Lella, on an island in the Tiber river, now has a fratella ristorante in New York. Gian Luca Giovanetti and Pierluigi Palazzo, who brought in Simone Bonelli to transform Perbacco, are at the helm. [The Feedbag]
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