New York’s Best Openings This Week
This week’s unmissable restaurant openings in NYC…
What is it? The reopening of a French restaurant in the UES.
Why’s it unmissable? The original La Goulue was Michelin-starred, and chef Antoine Camine is returning with a menu of classic French favorites.
Everything you need to know: La Goulue
What is it? A Korean restaurant in the East Village
Why’s it unmissable? it’s the first restaurant from chef Soogil Lim, who cut his teeth at Daniel and Hanjan, and he’s mixing Korean food with French cooking techniques.
Everything you need to know: Soogil
What is it? A new cocktail and wine bar.
Why’s it unmissable? Guys: it’s got a build-your-own Old Fashioned menu. There are also wines and beers, bar snacks, and large and small plates.
Everything you need to know: Due West
What is it? A sustainability-focused all-day café in SoHo.
Why’s it unmissable? The menu is vegetable-centric, and a proportion of every purchase will go to The Door, a local non-profit funding hospitality job training for youth in the community – and they’re hiring their team from the program as well.
Everything you need to know: west~bourne