29 E. 61st St.; 212-988-8169. Opens Monday.
The Higher East Facet’s glamorous glutton returns at a brand new location, eight years after the Madison Avenue version closed for demolition. Proprietor Jean Denoyer, associate Craig Pogson and chef-partner Antoine Camin are bringing again the wooden paneling, lighting fixtures and different options that lay in storage since 2009. The basic French menu’s precisely the identical, too. There are Burgundy escargot and foie gras “pot pie” and veal sweetbreads “flambes au Sauterne” with wild mushrooms.
Bucking the web tide, bookings are taken solely by telephone. “We’re going to proceed our legacy of the private contact,” Pogson says.
Una Pizza Napoletana
175 Orchard St. Spring opening.
After closing his acclaimed East Village pizzeria in 2009 and decamping for San Francisco, tattooed pie-master Anthony Mangieri is returning to NYC and partnering with Wildair’s Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske Valtierra in a brand new pizza joint.
517 W. 38th St. February opening.
This several-times delayed venture by the Charlie Byrd and Pasquale Jones crew ought to be one of many 12 months’s buzziest spots when it lastly opens with a menu impressed by Italy’s northern coastlines.
Momofuku Noodle Bar
Time Warner Heart at Columbus Circle, third flooring. Summer time opening.
David Chang will open a second version of the East Village sizzling spot that launched him. Government chef Tony Kim’s menu remains to be being solidified however anticipate dishes in the identical vein as Momofuku’s downtown classics, comparable to ginger scallion noodles, steamed pork buns and fried hen.
The 4 Seasons
280 Park Ave. Spring opening.
Julian Niccolini and Alex von Bidder are reviving their fabled restaurant that occupied the Seagram Constructing for greater than a half-century in a location a couple of blocks away. The brand new 4 Seasons supposedly gained’t resemble the unique in any respect, however those that’ve had early glimpses of its 1950s-style furnishings, terrazzo flooring, heat woods and crystal and gold curtains say it’s “gorgeous.”
23 Lexington Ave. Late January opening.
Gabe and Gina Stulman — recognized for West Village charmers comparable to Joseph Leonard and Fedora — are launching three spots on this new Flatiron lodge: all-day eatery Studio; a comfy seafood restaurant referred to as Simon & the Whale; and the George Washington Bar.
16 W. 22nd St. February opening.
Cote, Simon Kim’s upscale Korean steakhouse, was one among 2017’s greatest new eating places. In 2018, it’s increasing with Undercote, a trendy, 28-seat lounge beneath the restaurant serving Korean bar snacks, cocktails and an intensive number of Champagne.
152 W. 24th St. February opening.
Positive it’s gimmicky, however consuming out doesn’t sound way more enjoyable than Zauo, an outpost of a Japanese chain opening in Chelsea the place you’ll fish in your dinner. Embellished like a ship, the restaurant will seat about 175 folks round three swimming pools, every containing about 100 fish, from rainbow trout to rock lobster. Diners solid their poles and should eat no matter they catch. The kitchen will put together it to your specs, from slicing it up into sashimi to frying it to a crisp.
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