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Say Hello to Neta, Casa Enrique

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Here are the latest newcomers to New York City’s cutthroat dining scene. If you hear of any new openings or closings, let us know.

Neta, a sushi restaurant in the Village run by the people behind Masa, opened last Friday. [Grub Street]

Today is opening day for Russian restaurant Brasserie Pushkin on the Upper West Side. [Diner’s Journal]

Via Tribunali, a Neapolitan pizzeria, and neighbor Caffé Vita opened on the Lower East Side on Monday. [Dining Dispatch]

Get yer doughnut burgers at the Burger Bistro, which just started service in Park Slope. [Dining Dispatch]

Casa Enrique, a Mexican restaurant by owners of Bar Henry that specializes in the food of Cintalapa, Chiapas, has opened in Long Island City. [Time Out]

Randolph Beer, a 2,200-square-foot craft-beer hall, is ready for business in Nolita. [Time Out]

Redwood Kitchenette and Bar, a self-declared “retro-inspired diner,” opens today. [Zagat]

For more dining news, head to Fork in the Road, or follow us @ForkintheRoadVV, or me, Alexia Nader, @lexi1602. 

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