July’s Openings and Closings


The shark-infested waters of New York City’s restaurant industry are not for the faint of heart. In case you’re into keeping tabs, here is a list of those who took the leap and opened new establishments and those who were forced to bow out this month.

Wasabi (561 Seventh Ave)
Moti Mahal Delux (1149 1st Ave)
Hot Bread Almacen (1590 Park Ave)
Bia Bar & Grill (67 S. 6th St)
Pop Karma (95 Orchard St.)
Socarrat Paella Bar (953 Second Avenue)
A.G. Kitchen (269 Columbus Ave)
Station (166 N. 7th St.)
The Kent Ale House (51 Kent Ave.)
Oat Meals (120 W. 3rd St.)
I-Crepe (1410 Broadway)
Dudley’s (85 Orchard St)
Siggy’s Good Food (292 Elizabeth St.)
Governor (15 Main St.)
Deli Marche (182 5th Ave.)
Populence (1 W. 8th St.)
Chobani SoHo (150 Prince St)
Swine (531 Hudson St.)
Château Cherbuliez (47 W 20th St.)
Chrysanthemum: Rare Teas & Flowers (669 Washington Ave.)
Heidi and Extra Place (6 Extra Pl. and 8 Extra Pl.)
Chelsea’s Table Dairy Bar Window (Pier 62)
Gallow Green (542 W. 27th St.)

Dragonfly (1463 3rd Ave)
Southern Restaurant Gravy (32 East 21st St)
Lafayette French Pastry (26 Greenwich Avenue)
Meatball Factory (251 E 14th St)
Cavatappo Wine Bar (347 3rd Ave)
Funini (143 Ludlow St)
Tale’ Thai (507 Columbus Ave)
Saint’s Alp Teahouse (164 Bedford Ave)
L’Atelier De Joel Robuchon (57 East 57th Street)

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