36 New Eateries Coming to NYC This Fall

36 New Eateries Coming to NYC This Fall

From September thru November New York is expecting 36 mouth-watering eateries to grace its thriving townscape. Whether you’re craving a smooth cocktail, a robust glass of wine, a hearty dish or an indulgent treat — whatever it is, you’re sure to find on this list!

Here are a few that I’m most looking forward to:

Shop and Snack { Milk Bar Soho }
72 Wooster Street, near Spring Street
The new Band of Outsiders shop will partner with Momofuku Milk Bar, because what goes better with trying on slim-fitting clothes than binge-eating cookies? The bakery will also have a street-side window for furtive Cereal Milk soft-serve pit stops.

Something New Each Visit { Chefs Club by Food & Wine }
275 Mulberry Street, at Houston Street
As at its Aspen branch, this showcase for emerging talent changes its menu frequently, depending on which rising star is featured at the time. Ducasse alum Didier Elena is culinary director, and Food & Wine’s Dana Cowin is talent scout.

Coming to West Chelsea {Team Torrisi High Line Project }
820 Washington Street, at Gansevoort Street
The words the partners behind Carbone and Parm are using to describe the menu at this yet-to-be-named restaurant are light and healthy and coastal Italian. So instead of rib eyes and T-bones, count on whole grilled porgy with grapefruit giardiniera, house-cured anchovies, zucchini carpaccio, and lobster Catalan.

Fresh to Downtown { Baked Tribeca }
279 Church Street, near White Street
To mark its Manhattan expansion, the owners of this Red Hook bakery have added sandwiches on Almondine baguettes, variously topped toasts, and beer and wine to their buttercream-frosted repertoire.

Read about all 36 new restaurants on New York Magazine’s Grub Street.


Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan. www.claudiasaezfromm.com

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