Plum Vietnamese Restaurant has soft-opened at 210 West 94th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam, the former home of Vino Levantino. They’ve got some exciting chef’s specials, like the shaken steak and egg and Vietnamese crepe. Check out the menu here. Thanks to Andrew for the tip.
After an extended closure PJ Clarke’s reopened last week at 44 West 63rd Street, with service on Thursday through Sunday from noon to 9 p.m. Thanks to Thomas and Jonathan for the tips.
Gourmet Square Mini Market and Deli is replacing Capezio at 201 Amsterdam Avenue between 69th and 70th Streets. Thanks to Andrew for the tip.
Sunloom has opened at 322 Columbus Avenue, between 75th and 76th Streets. It seems to be the reincarnated La di da dee, a clothing store from Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We’ve already heard from a customer. Lynn Ross said: “While walking down Columbus, I saw that a new store had opened. And in their window was an adorable cardigan. I tried it on. I loved it and the price was very reasonable. The owner was so accommodating and helpful. I will go back. It’s so nice to be able to support new small businesses in the neighborhood.” Thanks to Emily for the tip.
The Turnstyle underground shopping area has several openings, according to Susan Fine, who designed Turnstyle. They include:
Frankie’s Dogs: new twist on the New York Hot Dog- signature Dogs, pretzel buns and sausages
Blintz Box: artisan stuffed blintzes from the Czar Nicholas-buttered blintz with side of red caviar to The Kreamy Kiev, Creamy portobello mushrooms sautéed with onions and sour cream to the
The Hot Italian, Crispy breaded chicken, shredded cheese, and homemade marinara sauce.
Low Carb Labs: keto diet based, noodle bowls with proteins and veggies; cauliflower pizza with an array of toppings
Criollas: Authentic Argentine Baked Empanadas all with local ingredients