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Major news: The New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx finally has its first proper, sit-down restaurant. It’s nestled within the property’s sprawling arboretum (so you know it’ll be gorgeous), and it’s under the direction of Stephen Starr Events & Catering (so you know it’ll be delicious). Just look at this fried, soft-boiled farm egg from the Hudson Valley.
2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx; 646-627-7711 or nybg.org
Dim sum and tapas--why didn?t we think of that? Well, thankfully a chef from Rayuela (Alex Ureña) and others from Barbounia did. ?Tasca Chino? loosely means ?Chinese pub? in Spanish, so expect oodles of small, comforting plates from both cultures.
245 Park Ave. S. (at 20th St.); 212-335-2220 or tascachino.com
Marcus Samuelsson is kind of the Rihanna of fried chicken: The hits just keep coming. And this is his new Harlem kitchenette, which pays homage to the birth of hip-hop. (Read: There’s a “Fly Girl” salad.)
2149 Frederick Douglass Blvd. (at 116th St.); 212-206-2557 or streetbirdnyc.com
Last but not least is a chic new French spot from the Pearl & Ash crew. The menu is compact and quite serious (à la beet bourguignon). But it’s also capped off with the likes of Paris Brest--the cream-filled pastry you see before you.
218 Bowery (at Rivington St.); 917-639-3880 or rebellenyc.com
But we New Yorkers love ourselves a buzzy new restaurant.
And a handful of new spots (including a Stephen Starr stunner and a Marcus Samuelsson takeout joint) have just opened to further our foodie obsession. These are the five biggest restaurant openings of April.
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