Say Hello to Kimchi Taco, Reynards


Reynards, from restaurateur Andrew Tarlow and chef Sean Rembold, opened early last week in the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. The menu is similar to what’s being served at Marlow and Diner–the big difference is that there is a wood-fired oven and grill in the kitchen. [Eater NY]

The Korean-inspired Kimchi Taco truck got its brick-and-mortar sibling in Prospect Heights last Thursday. Menu items include tacos, quesadillas, bowls, and burritos. [Tasting Table]

Siro’s officially open its doors to the public Friday. It’s a “bastion of high-society sporting culture that hails from Saratoga Springs.” The upstate original has been serving patrons since the 1930s. Menu is old American with a contemporary twist. [Zagat]

People’s Pops opened on Union Street, just west of Seventh Avenue on May 1. It serves fruit ice pops and shaved ice. [Here’s Park Slope]

Located on 74 Orchard Street, Interstate Food & Liquor is now open for breakfast and lunch. [Bowery Boogie]