Three Restaurants That Opened In NYC Last Week
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When one restaurant's doors close, another's open in fast-paced New York City, and today, we'll fill you in on what opened up around town. This week: a pie shop opens in the Lower East Side, a French comfort food restaurant takes the place of a former dive bar, and a Korean grill finds a home in Astoria.
Don Korean Grill, 42-06 30th Avenue, Queens, 718-777-8838
Get a kimichi French fry fix in Astoria when you head to Don Korean Grill. The restaurant makes its own kimichi in-house. The cash-only spot is serving a variety of chicken wings as well as bibimbap, kimchi fried rice, and Korean rice cakes. Don Korean Grill is open for dinner Monday through Friday and for lunch and dinner on weekends.
Happy Ending, 302 Broome Street
Located in what was a dive bar, Happy Ending is a French restaurant with a Michelin-starred chef commanding the kitchen. Diners can expect dishes like foie gras, grilled mustard chicken, and steak de canard. The interior is quirky with its retro art and leather and striped banquettes. Happy Ending is now open for dinner.
Petee's Pie Company, 61 Delancey, 212-966-2526
Petee's Pie Company opened just in time for Thanksgiving, and it turns out pies made with local produce and natural ingredients. Owner Petra "Petee" Paredez is serving up flavors such as salty chocolate chess, coconut custard, brown butter honey pecan, and maple walnut.
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