Food

Say Hello to Kutsher’s, Konditori

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Here are some of the latest newcomers to New York City’s cutthroat dining scene.

Mega-restaurateur and convicted felon Jeffrey Chodorow has launched Kutsher’s, a Catskill-resort-culture-influenced resto in Tribeca. The menu includes pastrami smoked in-house.
[Zagat Buzz]

Hell’s Kitchen gets a Brazilian. Yucca gnocci and quinoa-accented lamb are just some picks at Brasilina, a Ninth Avenue newcomer.
[Zagat Buzz]

Chef Alan Park has opened a new French brasserie, Bistro Petit, in Williamsburg. Park plans on offering traditional Gallic favorites, as well as specialties such truffle mac ‘n’ cheese.
[Eater]

Capizzi, a wood-fired pizzeria, has started serving up slices in Midtown.
[Eater]

The Soup Bowl has spilled into Prospect Heights. Other area newcomers include 67 Burger (on Flatbush Avenue) and Swedish café Konditori (on Seventh Avenue.)
[Here’s Park Slope]

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