A running list of new restaurants opening in New York City in August 2022

Since March 16, 2020, when the state temporarily closed indoor dining for the first time, hundreds of new restaurants have opened, including a Brooklyn location of a Tokyo-based restaurant, a permanent location for a Vietnamese-American pop-up, and a bustling Mexican hangout. at Greenwich Village.

Here is an overview of the restaurants and bars that will be open in August. This list is updated weekly. If there is an opening in your area that we missed, please let us know at [email protected]

Health experts consider eating out as a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it can pose a risk to those vaccinated, especially in areas with significant transmission of COVID.

August 4

Bed-Stuy: Brownstoner reports that Caroline’s Donuts — serving, you guessed it, donuts — debuted in Brooklyn last month. Caroline’s offers traditional flavors such as glazed or chocolate and more atypical versions such as mango or apricot. 202 Ralph Avenue, on Decatur Street


Bushwick: A new alcohol-free bar Curry in Handic, seems ready for business, according to an Instagram post. The company calls itself the “first ever halal bar” serving dishes like masala fries, scallop tikka masala and steamed fish in banana leaves. 443 Bushwick Avenue, between Cook Street and Flushing Avenue

Clinton Hill: The now open Tavern White Tiger is a sibling of White Tiger, a Korean restaurant near Prospect Heights’s Vanderbilt Avenue. At this new spot, the Eater team tells guests that guests can expect a variety of reprise dishes, such as the spicy curry popcorn chicken, kimchi fries, and sesame tofu gnocchi. But there are also fun newcomers, including Korean-style tacos, skewers, and more paired with soju drinks and cocktails with ingredients like lychee boba. The White Tiger Tavern location is larger with more indoor seating and has a backyard. 455 Myrtle Avenue, near Washington Avenue

East village: The moment we are convinced that there is no need for another European wine bar-restaurant in Manhattan, we are forced to make exceptions: Le Dive in Dimes Square was one, and Claude is the latest, although it looks like it won’t be the last. This East Village bar, below street level, hails from Joshua Pinsky and Chase Sinzer, two friends who met in the kitchen of Momofuku Ko with two Michelin stars. The pair look to Europe, and some of their favorite meals at home, for their menu of escargot croquettes, simply cooked fried chicken and devil’s pie for two. The wine cellar is home to some 1,000 bottles, but only 250 will appear at a time, allowing the team to alternate the list with the seasons. There are nearly 50 seats inside, with 17 seats at the bar reserved for walk-ins. 90 E. 10th Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues

To trust: While Fidi already has a Di Fara outpost, there is also a new slice shop called traditions that has come on the scene. Maiden Lane 83, on Gold Street

Fort Greene: Adam Baumgart, a former chef at Diner, and Mark Connell, owner of Manhattan dive Botanica Bar, tell Eater they’re joining forces for a new pizzeria. My own Grassa serves pies like a pepperoni, zucchini, or anchovy version with salads and antipasti to start. 753 Fulton Street, on South Portland Avenue

Lower East Side: A new fast casual Chinese restaurant appears to have debuted in midtown Manhattan in June called Potluck Club. The Instagram bio lists the restaurant as a “new take on old classics” with a menu of blood orange salad, salt and pepper chicken with scallions, and oyster mushroom rice rolls. The team launched in 2020 as a moon cake pop-up. Chrystie Street 133, between Broome and Delancey Streets

soho: Ah yes, just what the summer was missing: a TikToker-run ice cream parlor. The scoop spot in question is called Catch’n Ice Cream by Dylan Lemay, who tries to make a name for himself with little balls in the air. A rep tells Eater that attendees can expect ice cream balls such as cookie dough, Fruity Pebbles, and a vegan strawberry. Cakes and tarts served in a cup are available. If the interactivity is reminiscent of Coldstone Creamery’s heyday, it’s because Lemay is a former employee. 65 Bleecker Street, between Broadway and Crosby Street

Upper East Side: Call Ami is a French patisserie that first debuted in the Upper East Side in 2010. Now East Side Feed shares that a second location has been launched nearby. 866 Lexington Ave, at East 65th Street

Upper East Side: After 16 years on East 81st Street, Italian staple in the uptown Sandros closed in February. Now East Side Feed reports that it has moved a few blocks away. 322 East 86th Street, between First and Second Avenue

Upper west side: I Love the Upper West Side reports that: Agavea Mexican and Southwestern restaurant chain with outposts throughout Manhattan, has opened its doors on the Upper West Side. 688 Columbus Avenue, between West 93rd and 94th Street

Upper west side: Another Detroit-style patch shop location? Jet’s Pizza has landed in Manhattan, reports West Side Rag. The other location appears to be already open in Chelsea. 728 Amsterdam Avenue, between West 95th and 96th Street

Tribeca: John McDonald, a restaurateur with a growing portfolio that includes Lure Fishbar, Hancock St and Bar Tulix, has opened his latest venture. The menu at Smyth Tavern including uni mafaldine pasta, shrimp cocktail, meatballs with polenta and pineapple daiquiri. The New York Times reports that the space will replace Little Park, which was previously managed by Andrew Carmellini. 85 W. Broadway, on Chambers Street

Williamsburg: As you wish is a new coffee shop from the team behind the Japanese breakfast spot Okonomi and the adjacent Yuji Ramen, as well as the nearby Osakana Fish Market. The team tells Eater that in addition to coffee and matcha, there are also pastries, bento boxes and ceramics for sale. A nightly sake program follows. 428 Humboldt Street, off Jackson Street