Nom Wah Tea Parlour, a 100-year-old staple in Chinatown dim sum, announced today that it will open up a collaboration with Openhouse. They’ll hold pop up brunches and dinners starting next year. But according to Grub Street, a cafe will be open before Christmas. 168 Bowery
Brooklyn Flea regular Landhaus opened in Park Slope in People’s Pop’s summer venue on Union Street. There are only a few items on the menu but the farm-to-sandwich shop will keep the shop warm for the pops until springtime.808 Union St.
After serving Indian fare in the Theater District, Benares opened up a downtown location in TriBeCa. 45 Murray St.
Hardware Bar is the newest watering hole in Chelsea. From the guys that run the West Village’s Pieces, Hardware Bar blasts music videos and features a giant disco ball. 697 10th Ave.