Rooms at TriBeCa and other New York restaurant openings

Until the end of the year, Harlem chef and restaurateur Melba Wilson will serve many of her specialties at Wollman Rink in Central Park. His restaurant is in the Overlook, on the second floor of the ice rink food concession, run by the Bronx-based catering company. Great performance. Last winter, Ms. Wilson ate a few dishes like jerk chicken at Wollman’s Cafe. Now she’s offering a full menu of crispy fish strips with chipotle sauce, a chicken and waffle cone, two kinds of fries, a mac and cheese with three types of cheese, and a brown butter and lemon ice cream sandwich. eggnog waffles. Drinks include Harlem Sweet Tea and a blend of Lowcountry tea and lemonade fortified with Maker’s Mark for a Melba’s Palmer. (Sunday)

Wollman Rink, Central Park at Central Park South and Fifth Avenue,

This beer company based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and owned in particular by women, will open a second bar. The new space is bright and airy with a skylight and features a full bar stocked with wines, ciders and spirits in addition to the company’s own labels on tap. The food boils down to bites like olives, cheeses and charcuterie. (Thursday)

61 Bergen Street (Smith Street), Cobble Hill, Brooklyn,

The restaurant lineup, managed by OTG Management in La Guardia Airport’s newly renovated Delta terminal, includes four Starbucks locations, which is to be expected, but also a few newcomers to the airport dining scene, including Bubby’s. , the popular diner-style restaurant known for pies; Sunday dinner for Italian home cooking; Essex Burger on the Lower East Side, which becomes Eggy Weggy for breakfast; and Chuko Ramen from Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, which becomes Poppy’s Bagels in the morning.

Terminal C, Delta Air Lines, LaGuardia Airport,

ThinkFoodGroup, Mr. Andrés’ company, will open one of its Bazaar restaurants in the Old Post Office in Washington, D.C., the 1899 building that became the city’s General Post Office in 1914. It was recently transformed into a Trump Hotel, then taken over by Hilton’s Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, in partnership with CGI Merchant Group. Bazaar restaurants, Spanish-themed but not strictly Spanish, can be found in Las Vegas, Miami Beach, Chicago and soon, at the Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad. (Mr. Andrés has his base of operations in Washington.) The restaurant is slated to open later this year in the space that housed BLT Prime.

Waldorf Astoria Washington, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue (12th Street Northwest), Washington, DC


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