Inday All Day
This chain of quick-serve Indian restaurants will open its first full-service restaurant, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Like its siblings, its approach is Indian American, with dishes like lamb T-bones with green chutney, smoked chili lamb curry, and tamarind-glazed ribs. (Thursday)
658 Driggs Avenue (Metropolitan Avenue), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 332-228-1566, indayallday.com.
The Bronx Brewery
Hudson Yards is starting to fill up. The latest addition is this third branch of the South Bronx-based brewery and taproom. Beer is being brewed on the premises. The brewery, which is decorated with graffiti by Bronx-based artists, will produce one beer every few weeks that will be sold only at this location. There is casual comfort food — shredded skirt steak, Puerto-Rican-style pulled pork, and slow-cooked black beans. (Friday)
20 Hudson Yards, level two, thebronxbrewery.com.
At this Southeast Asian restaurant, you’ll find pork belly tucked into bao buns, Wagyu empanadas and rice croquettes from the executive chef, Anthony Hoy Fong. Thatcher Shultz and Full:Life Hospitality Group, are owners. The name conveys a free-spirited approach having nothing to do with Eastern European food.
CODA Hotel, 160 North 12th Street (Berry Street), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 718-218-7500, bohemiabrooklyn.com.
Beaupierre Wines & Spirits
Yannick Benjamin, an owner of Contento NYC in East Harlem, has opened a wine shop with his wife, Heidi Turzyn, the wine director at Gotham restaurant. The space is, like the restaurant, highly accessible to people with disabilities. It’s in the building where Mr. Benjamin grew up and where his parents still live (his father’s name is Pierre Benjamin). The shop stocks a range of wines and spirits, notably those they deem sustainable.
664 10th Avenue (47th Street), 929-624-2559, beaupierrewine.com.
Bay Street Tavern
Since 1996, Dockside Bar & Grill, a no-frills, no-reservation restaurant, has served home-style cooking to a dedicated following from the American Legion Post 288 in Sag Harbor. It has now closed and been bought by a local developer, Adam Potter, and the area chef and restaurateurs Eric and Adam Miller. The original owners, Stacy Sheehan and Elizabeth Barnes, are retiring, and the new place will open next year. On the menu are sandwiches, rolls and ceviches, featuring fresh seafood from nearby waters, as well as fried dishes and larger plates that, in addition to seafood, will include steaks, chops and poultry.
26 Bay Street (Rysam Street).