NYC Fall Restaurant Openings - Ongoing List

September 9, 2020, 10:30.30 am ET  

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Restaurant: Creamline
Location: Dekalb Market Hall – 445 Albee Square W, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (Downtown Brooklyn)
Opening Date: mid September (*tentatively Friday, September 18)

Creamline, which opened at Chelsea Market in 2015, is a fast-casual eatery from chef Harris Mayer-Selinger that serves American classics made with locally-sourced ingredients from their partner Ronnybrook Farm Dairy, as well as other local farms like Feather Ridge and Catskill Provisions. This fall, Creamline will open a second location across the bridge at Dekalb Market Hall in Downtown Brooklyn (taking over the former Fletcher’s Barbecue space). Here, Creamline will spotlight it's fried chicken sandwiches and milkshakes, along with other comforting favorites like Fries with housemade cheese sauce, Griddled PB&Js, and Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup.

Restaurant: Amali
Location: 115 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022 (Midtown East)
Opening Date: mid September (*tentatively Tuesday, September 15)

After nearly a decade in Midtown East, Amali will be relaunching this fall with a fresh look and taste. The vibrant new menu breathes life into modern Mediterranean cuisine and showcases its elegance, seasonality, and range. Guests can expect vegetable-driven starters and dips, light crudos and salads, as well as house made pastas and mains from the land and sea.

Restaurant: Bar Marseille
Location: 190 Beach 69th Street, Arverne, NY 11692 (Rockaways)
Opening Date: late September (*tentatively Tuesday, September 29)

The team behind Amali in New York City’s Midtown East and Calissa in Watermill, NY, are opening Bar Marseille this fall. The restaurant occupies both ground and rooftop spaces of The Tides at Arverne by the Sea – a luxury beachfront apartment complex in the Rockaways – and offers picturesque ocean views of the nearby shores. Named after the famed port city in southern France, Bar Marseille will celebrate the eclectic collection of flavors that can be found along the coast. The menu – led by chef Nicholas Morales – will feature Provençal cuisine paired with a robust wine list that concentrates on the regions of Provence and Côte d'Azur.

Restaurant: Pulkies
Location: Dekalb Market Hall – 445 Albee Square W, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (Downtown Brooklyn)
Opening Date: October TBD

Pulkies is a Jewish-style BBQ restaurant that has been operating out of Chelsea Market since June 2020. It will be opening a permanent brick and mortar location inside Dekalb Market Hall in Downtown Brooklyn this fall (taking over the former Foragers space). A pioneer of this unique cuisine, Pulkies blends chef Harris Mayer-Selinger’s Ashkenazi Jewish and NYC roots with the flavors and spirit of American barbecue. Guests can enjoy “ready-to-EAT” hot options like Meat + Three Combos and BBQ Sandwiches, as well as sides and desserts like the can’t-miss Cinnamon Babka Bread Pudding. Pulkies also offers its “ready-to-HEAT” meals for take-out, delivery, and catering. Pulkies works closely with local farms such as Jaindl Turkey Farms in Orefield, PA and Rosencrans Farms in Seneca Falls, NY, among others, to source ingredients.

Restaurant: Porter
Location: RiverHouse 11 – 1100 Avenue at Port Imperial, Weehawken, NJ 07086
Opening Date: October TBD

Porter is a modern American gastropub situated on the ground level of the RiverHouse11 luxury apartment complex in Weehawken, New Jersey. The restaurant will be helmed by Executive Chef Christopher Lim and Executive Pastry Chef Tara Glick, whose talents blend together to bring guests a menu of shareable small plates, coal-fired entrees, wood-fired pizzas, and large-format dishes. Porter will also offer a robust bar program complete with a selection of domestic and imported draft beer, an eclectic wine list, and signature cocktails. There will also be a café and bakery called Porter Provisions offering house made pastries, ice cream, and La Colombe coffee.

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