Sherry Herring, Afternoon, Wau, Sapps, Atlantic Grill Reborn, Beard Papa’s, Swatch

Posted on Sep sixth, 2021 at 11:34 am by West Sider

Wow certainly!

As fall begins, there will likely be loads of information about openings and closings on the Upper West Side.

Sherry herring, the Israeli retailer identified for its herring sandwiches, has opened at 245 West 72nd Street, the previous residence of Jeannie’s Dream. There is presently no herring (!), But there are many different fish rolls and different delicacies. Sue and Mike inform us, “We had a smoked tuna sandwich that shook our world. Will attempt the sardines from Portugal tomorrow. Must be within the operating for the very best Sandos on the town. ”Apparently Sherry can also be on the transfer.

A brand new cafe referred to as afternoon involves 2785 Broadway / 108th Street. The web site includes a distinctive choice of foods and drinks, together with mochi donuts, croffles (croissants baked in a waffle iron), and rice-crusted Korean sizzling canine. “The café was talked about briefly in an Eater article on Croffles, and their web site says the Columbia location is coming quickly,” says our tipster Anna.

The new Atlantic grill at 49 West 64th Street is predicted to open in late September. The Monte Carlo Hospitality Group has taken possession of Landry’s and says it has freshened up the house. The meals will likely be “a inventive tackle the Mediterranean and Atlantic Oceans” and there will likely be an aquarium within the entrance and a uncooked fish bar.

Woof, a brand new Malaysian restaurant at 434 Amsterdam Avenue within the former Tangled Vine location between 80th and 81st Streets, is about to open. The menu is already on Seamless. Thanks to Sue, Mike and Alison for the guidelines.

Cream puff store Bearded dads on 77th and Broadway appears prefer it’s completely closed. Thanks to Charles and Jeff for the guidelines.

A brand new Japanese restaurant referred to as Sapps opened within the former residence of E’s Bar on 2888 Broadway between 112th and 113th. There’s one different place in Long Island City that will get fairly good opinions on Yelp. “If you want a Japanese resolution this can be a good place. The service is sweet. The meals is quintessentially American-Japanese and a few issues you do not usually see like hen skewers and churros. The rolls are good, as is the salmon teriyaki. Try it out, ”mentioned one. See the night menu right here. Thanks to Rochelle for the tip.

the template Shop on the nook of 72nd and Columbus has cleared out. It is now not listed as completely closed on the Swatch web site and Google. Thanks to Terry, Dana and Craig for the guidelines.

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