New openings in New York City:
The Bowery Market, an open-air food market in NoHo, featuring a curated selection of local vendors, is now open. Vendors include Alidoro, with over 20 Italian specialty sandwiches and salads; Pulqueria, with its signature tacos in housemade organic tortillas; Sushi on Jones, with omakase-style bento boxes full of fresh nigiri and rolls; the juice bar, café, and “vegetable slaughterhouse,” The Butcher’s Daughter; and Greenpoint-based Champion Coffee.
Owner Scott Marano created the 1,000-square-foot space, located on the site of a former body shop, to reflect the vibrancy and diversity of The Bowery. The market pays tribute to its history with its industrial design, but each restaurant kiosk is built to express its own unique identity.
Open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
348 Bowery (at Great Jones Street)
Seabird, a casual, seafood-centric eatery, is slated to open in the West Village on July 27.
It combines Mezetto chef Bahr Rapaport’s playful, unexpected cooking with Mountain Bird chef Kenichi Tajima’s refined French technique to bring customers an elevated twist on American comfort food. Offerings include Conch with herb garlic butter, Warm Lobster Roll with tarragon béarnaise sauce, and Squid Ink Mac and Cheese.
The 1,000-square-foot restaurant, designed to have a “French bistro meets beach club” vibe, has a 40- to 50-seat dining room, a 28-seat outdoor patio, and a to-go counter and window.
Open for lunch and dinner, with brunch soon to come.
361 6th Ave. (between West 4th Street & Washington Place)
The Lindeman, a new restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen, offers a seasonal American menu made with produce, line-caught seafood, and hormone- and steroid-free meats, all sourced from within 90 miles of the restaurant.
The executive chef is Carl Alioto, formerly of The Standard Grill and Omar’s La Ranita.
Menu items include String Bean Tempura with chipotle aioli and Hudson Valley Duck with toasted hazelnut farro. Weekend brunch features housemade pastries, baked egg dishes, and specialties, such as Grapefruit Brulee with crystallized ginger. Beverage selections include wine and cocktails that offer modern takes on classic drinks, such as The Lindeman, with St. Germaine, Yellow Chartreuse, and housemade rhubarb bitters, and a Papaya Margarita, with Blanco Tequila, papaya pulp, and lime.
For the summer, The Lindeman is offering $5 glasses of Grande Récolte Rosé and dollar raw oysters during its Rosé Fête Happy Hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The restaurant features plush banquette seating; an industrial bar; and a lounge with a 10-seat communal dining table and a Lindeman & Sons signature piano rescued from a nearby street corner.
The restaurant is named after Lindeman & Sons, one of the first piano factories in the United States.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and for weekend brunch.
508 W. 42nd St. (between 10th & 11th avenues)
Denino’s Pizzeria & Tavern
The 1937 Staten Island pizzeria has opened a third location, in Greenwich Village.
Denino’s is serving up its famed thin-crust pizzas, cooked to order with freshly made dough, special sauce, and handmade cheese. Offerings include the Garbage Pie (with sausage, meatballs, pepperoni, mushrooms, and onions), the “M.O.R.” Pie (with meatballs, fresh onions, and ricotta), and the Clam Pie (with fresh garlic, parsley, and olive oil).
Open daily for lunch and dinner.
93 MacDougal St. (between Bleecker & Carmine streets)