Here are the latest newcomers to New York City’s cutthroat dining scene.
At long last, Shake Shack has opened in Brooklyn. The chainlet’s newest store is located on the Fulton Street Mall.
Ryan Skeen has officially taken charge of Pera Soho, introducing a new menu with the restaurant’s opening earlier this week.
Several months of delays haven’t kept Kabob Shack from setting up shop in Williamsburg. The Havemeyer Street eatery will start frying falafel in the next few days.
Tired of Bedford Avenue boozing? Then try Richlane, a new watering hole located across from McCarren Park.
BaoBQ has started serving many a meat in the East Village. The Asian approach to grilling comes at an affordable prices, with most dishes around $10.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on December 20, 2011