New Restaurant Openings In New York and New Jersey For The Sunny Days Ahead
Harlem - 2268 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd, Harlem.
Beer, Booze, Bites & Beats.
An expertly curated craft beer bar with a focus
on local beers and brewers of color.
Opening April. Web Site.
West Village - 39 Christopher Street.
A second, 50-seat location of the Chelsea Spanish restaurant &
wine bar from Jorge Guzman & Chef/Partner Mario Hernandez.
Deep Spanish wine list; 12 taps of sangria, wines and sherry cocktails. Opening April. Web site.
Staten Island - 185 Bricktown Way (Bricktown Center).
Millie's second restaurant on Staten Island. This stunning, custom-designed location will be a highly-anticipated neighborhood destination serving the same delicious coal and wood-fired artisan pizzas and meatballs that gained both consumer and critical attention, rising to the top of best pizza lists in New Jersey.
Opening April. Web site.
Hoboken and Summit - The third and fourth locations of the acclaimed New Jersey ramen house and bar, with an extensive list of Japanese whiskies and a late night menu. Dates TBD. Web site.
Jersey City - 145 Newark Avenue. From the owner of NYC’s Chinese Tuxedo, a 17,000 square-foot multi-level dining destination on Jersey City’s downtown “restaurant row”. Elevated food & craft cocktails, vibrant nightlife. Rooftop with open-air kitchen and raw bar. Private event spaces. Opening May. Web site to come.
Renowned Chef Dennis Foy opens a new restaurant in downtown Red Bank that will serve lunch and dinner; locally sourced and distinguished by his trademark meticulous but simple preparation and attention to seasonality.
Opening June. Web site to come.
An uptown location of the renowned French bakery & café,
in the Hudson Tea Building. Recently opened. Web site.
Jackson - 109 North County Line Road.
A seven-nights-a-week dining destination close to Shore points. A modern American menu highlighting local seafood. Specialty bar menu, craft cocktails, extensive wine list and outdoor dining.Opening Summer. Web site to come.
From NJ native Chef James Avery, Farmly is a welcoming fast-casual restaurant serving slow-cooked roasted meats and home-style sides, meant to be enjoyed in, or taken home.
Farmly believes in the importance of ingredients' origins,
the authenticity of home cooking,
and the significance of making wholesome, nutrient-dense
and unprocessed food convenient to its community.
Opening May. Web site.
Fort Lee - Hudson Lights, 187 Main Street.
The beloved “original” New York City falafel brand (est. 1971) continues their brick-and-mortar expansion with their third franchise location. This spot joins the company’s other locations in New York City (MacDougal & St. Mark’s Place), New Jersey (Hoboken, New Brunswick & Princeton), Connecticut (New Haven) and Texas (Dallas). Opening May. Web site.
Jersey City - 128 Christopher Columbus Drive.
The new LGBTQ destination.
A lounge with a downtown/Vegas vibe;
a rooftop for day/night fun. Opening April. Web site.
North Arlington - 185 River Road.
Chef/owner Juan Placencia’s (Costanera, Montclair) new Latin restaurant and cocktail bar that embraces and honors all of the flavors of Latin America and Spain in a playful and approachable way. Opening June. Web site.