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The Upper West Side branch of Danny Meyer’s cafe and take-away near Union Square is set to open. Breads, breakfast items, sandwiches, salads and more substantial daily specials will be on the menu, along with the signature crullers, including a caramel apple flavor at this location. The expansion is made possible because Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez, the founder of Hot Bread Kitchen, has joined Union Square Hospitality Group as managing director of Daily Provisions. Another location will open soon at 29 Bedford Street (Downing Street) in the West Village. (Wednesday)

375 Amsterdam Avenue (78th Street), 646-747-8612, dailyprovisionsnyc.com.

The Old World décor, including Thonet-style chairs and stools, at this all-day spot suggests a Viennese cafe. The menu’s savory and sweet strudels, pork schnitzel and sausage plate reinforce the theme.

880 Woodward Avenue (Catalpa Avenue), Ridgewood, Queens, 347-464-5267, nyporcelain.com.

Wood-roasted coffee is on offer at this new shop. A Rube Goldberg-like metal assembly fills part of the ceiling. Many preparations of coffee are sold, as are beans by the bag, pastries and snacks.

28-01 24th Avenue (28th Street), Astoria, Queens, 718-777-9663, mightyoakroasters.com.

This new subterranean Chinese extravaganza, with every decorative cliché in the book, is more lounge than restaurant, serving pan-Asian cocktails and small plates of beef pot stickers, spring rolls and pork buns. The company has more than 160 locations in China and Hong Kong.

22½ Ninth Avenue (13th Street), 646-998-4136, helensnewyork.com.

What was Danny Meyer’s pizzeria Martina is now a location of an Australian cafe with branches in NoLIta and Murray Hill. It serves salads, bowls, pastas, assorted burgers and breakfast items all day. (Thursday)

198 East 11th Street, 646-998-4265, rubyscafe.com.

Maybe there’s too much pizza on the Upper West Side. One pizzeria is changing its focus: Pizzeria Sirenetta is now a more general Italian restaurant with rustic fare like octopus a la plancha with salsa verde, roasted eggplant with pine nuts, rigatoni alla Bolognese, fettuccine cacio e pepe, roasted branzino with braised artichokes and a lamb burger with yogurt sauce. Five of the pizzas remain on the menu.

568 Amsterdam Avenue (88th Street), 212-799-7401, pizzeriasirenetta.com.

This new restaurant from the Dons Bogam group of Korean restaurants will showcase Korean cooking, without emphasizing barbecue.

3 West 36th Street, 212-630-9973, donsbogam.com.


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