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NYC & Company invites foodies to explore the top new restaurants and bars in NYC

NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau for the five boroughs of New York City, encourages visitors and New Yorkers to dine out at top new restaurants and bar in NYC Restaurants. Please find below a complete list:


NYC Restaurant Week® | Citywide | January/February and July/August
The NYC & Company signature program runs biannually, offering deals on lunches and dinners. The next iteration will take place January 17–February 12, 2023.  

Savor NYC | Citywide | Summer 2022–Summer 2023
NYC & Company recently announced Savor NYC, a yearlong celebration of culinary offerings and happenings across the five boroughs. For more information, visit nycgo.com/savornyc.

Musica Club | Manhattan | May 2021
The largest nightclub in New York City by Cipriani opened its door the spring of 2021, heralding the return of NYC nightlife. The club with 25,000 square feet of space includes a “Whisper Room” featuring a bar, stage, private rooms and kitchen located on the ground floor; a main floor with two bars, a VIP lounge and cocktail lounge, and an open-air rooftop with views of the Hudson River.


The Q | Manhattan | June 2021
A multilevel LGBTQ+ nightclub located in Hell’s Kitchen opened with rave reviews for being innovative, chic and inclusive. The nightclub is also known as one of the largest queer-owned and operated nightlife venues in NYC.

Somewhere Nowhere NYC: Lounge, Rooftop & Pool | Manhattan | July 2021
The City’s newest lounge, nightclub and rooftop pool opened the summer of 2021, offering New Yorkers and visitors alike a chance to experience an enchanted getaway from the City’s busy streets.

Chocobar Cortés | The Bronx | December 2021
The popular 93-year-old family-owned chocolate company in Puerto Rico opened its first brick-and-mortar location in the United States mainland in late 2021. Located in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx, Chocobar Cortés is a new destination for chocolate enthusiasts in the Bronx serving an extensive menu including an array of 10 hot chocolates; grilled cheese sandwiches with chocolate butter; burgers with chocolate ketchup and more.



Pebble Bar | Manhattan | March 2022
Actors Nicholas Braun and Pete Davidson, along with a team of nightlife veterans, are behind a new bar located in a historic four-story townhouse in Midtown Manhattan near Rockefeller Center. Pebble Bar is the latest celebrity sighting hot spot in the City offering classic cocktails inspired by its location.

Manhatta | Manhattan | March 2022
Manhatta reopened its door in spring 2022, offering breathtaking views of the City while serving fun drinks and food including oysters, burgers, fried chicken, a pretzel version of an everything bagel and cocktails named after New York City neighborhoods.

Connolly’s Bar | Queens | May 2022
A beloved Irish pub among surfers in Far Rockaway since 1962 recently reopened with new owners. The bar is best known for its iconic piña colada topped with a maraschino cherry, which is still featured on the menu.

HAGS | Manhattan | July 2022
The first LGBTQ+ fine dining restaurant opened its door in July in the East Village. The trans-led restaurant by chef Telly Justice and sommelier Camille Lindsley will give diners an option to dine from vegan and omnivore menus and serves dishes such as tomato with fava, sesame and gooseberry and lobster with chayote and summer peppers.

Witching Hour | Brooklyn | August 2022
Halloween is year-round at this Bushwick based bar. The new bar has a colorful cocktail lineup and fun events throughout the week including karaoke, open-mic comedy nights and live music sets.

Tin Building | Manhattan | August 2022
This historic site that originally housed the Fulton Fish Market in 1835 has been rebuilt to accommodate a seafood-themed market in The Seaport, by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Eight years in the making, the restored historic building is now home to six full-service restaurants, six fast-casual spots, four bars and retail stores.


Playa Gelato | The Bronx | August 2022
The first gelato shop in the South Bronx opened this summer, offering customers over 50 different hand-made flavors. The shop also offers vegan gelato, sugar-free gelato, sorbet, milkshakes and even dog-friendly flavors called “Woof-lato.”


Ju Qi | Queens | August 2022
The Beijing-based chain opened its first flagship US outpost this August at the new Tangram mall. The 6,000 square feet restaurant will serve signature dishes including roast duck, roast mutton, durian desserts and braised pork meatballs.


Delmas48 | Staten Island | September 2022
Dèlmas Karant-Uit, or Delmas48, is a new restaurant bringing the flavors of Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, to Staten Island. Diners can enjoy Haitian-inspired dishes such as the Bel Air Burger and the vegan-friendly Léogâne Spicy Alfredo.

Urban Hawker | Manhattan | September 2022
An authentic Singaporean Hawker Center is opening in the City on September 28. Curated by KF Seetoh, a Singaporean food expert, the highly anticipated food hall will be the first in the US and will feature 17 vendors.

JÅ ji | Manhattan | September 2022
Daniel Boulud and former Masa chef George Ruan recently opened Jōji, an 18-seat omakase restaurant, in an alcove under Grand Central Terminal. The new restaurant will serve courses showcasing seasonal ingredients along with sake and wine pairings.

50 Norman | Brooklyn | October 2022
A three-in-one 3,500-square-foot restaurant is opening in Williamsburg this September. The first destination, Dashi Okume, a 20-seat Tokyo based counter, is set to open mid-September. The counter, known for its Tsukiji Fish Market location, will have items available for dining in or to go. Next door is a lifestyle shop Cibone, selling plateware, kitchen items and work by Japanese artists. And lastly, the tiny House, a six-seat restaurant featuring French Japanese fare, will open in October.

Tatiana | Manhattan | October 2022
Top Chef star and Bronx native Kwame Onwuachi is returning to NYC this October with a restaurant at Lincoln Center as part of the new David Geffen Hall. Tatiana will serve Afro Caribbean fare, infused with New York influences. Menu items include braised oxtail, egusi soup dumplings and truffle-spiked chopped cheese.

Lord’s | Manhattan | October 2022
The team behind Dame is opening a second spot serving English fare. Lord’s will be an English bistro with a menu featuring charcuterie, meat pies and beef wellington.