According to Westside Rag and Eater, there are a few new places open in NYC, including a wine bar, a cocktail lounge and a couple of coffee shops. Check some new bars in NYC that are opening!
Vino Levantino: Upper West Side
210 West 94th Street
Featuring an international wine list with selections from boutique wineries in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Israel & the Americas, Vino Levantino is the newest addition to the ever-expanding hospitality scene on the Upper West Side. Hungry guests can choose from the menu influenced by the Ottoman Empire, with dishes including quinoa falafel, grilled lamb chops and borekas – savory appetizers wrapped in phylo dough.
Project 1919: Little Italy
149 Mulberry Street
Everyone loves the Mulberry Project and now this popular cocktail lounge has launched a temporary pop-up called Project 1919. Located in a “secret” space (not for long!) next to the original, Project 1919 will be serving brown liquor cocktails for the next three months, from Monday through Saturday. Reservations required.
Konditori: Greenpoint/Prospect Heights
687 Manhattan Avenue/696 Washington Avenue
Because New Yorkers can never have enough coffee, Swedish coffee chain Konditori has opened two new Brooklyn locations. Expect typical coffee drinks and lite fare – espresso, lattes and pastries.
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