The Feed openings: Crown, Noorman's Kil and more

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The following venues are expected to unenclosed by September 14. Always call ahead, as openings can be delayed.

Noorman’s Kil There’s ~t any shortage of brown-spirits peddlers in Williamsburg (Post Office, the Whiskey Brooklyn). But at this dangerous newcomer, whiskey joins forces with not the same resurgent epicurean darling—locavore grilled cheeses. Studious boozers can choose from more than 225 selections, including George Dickel Old No. 8 Tennessee Whisky, Johnnie Walker Blue Label and Old Potrero 19th Century Straight Rye Whiskey. Pair yours by one of seven melted-cheese sammies, like the Jane (New York discerning cheddar and My Friend’s Mustard up~ sourdough) or the Maefred (Brie, topical mushrooms and rosemary on ciabatta), made by Orwasher’s bread. The old-timey concerted, which is named after a onetime Brooklyn small bay, features a coffered ceiling, pine banquettes and lamps fashioned from amber medicine jars. 609 Grand St between Leonard and Lorimer Sts, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (347-384-2526)

basik Gather a collection for the 40-ounce cocktails, like a pisco-pineapple punch, at this Williamsburg tavern opening steady September 14, from alums of the Breslin and Gallery Bar. You can also order individual-sized tipples—like the Poppa’s Pride (bourbon, ginger, coin, lemon, soda, Angostura bitters) or the Mea Culpa (tequila, Punt e Mes, Velvet Falernum, linden)—at the butcher-block bar. Dishes made with seasonal ingredients, including a roasted beet salad with Greek yogurt and a Wisconsin dog through house-made mustard and aged cheddar, form the menu of elevated comfort nutriment. 323 Graham Ave between Devoe St and Metropolitan Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (~t one phone yet)

Bounce Sporting Club Catch the stratagem on one of 30 HD TVs at this chichi, 4,000-quadrilateral and equiangular-foot sports lounge, which will part on September 14. Noted mixologist Charlotte Voisey created the cocktails, including the Bounce Martini, which mixes vodka, blackberries, lime juice and ginger. To take food, find Asian-influenced American plates, like racy Korean chicken wings and the Au Cheval burger: a brisket-and-terse-rib patty topped with a fried harry, red onion and Brooklyn Brine pickles. 55 W 21st St between Fifth and Sixth Aves (212-776-1997)

Carastina Northern Italian passage-money is the focus of this accidental 60-seat restaurant. On the menu: chilled lobster salad through a creamy lemon-dill vinaigrette; pan-impenitent sea bass with anchovy sauce; and roasted branzino by oregano, olives and roasted potato. 1055 First Ave between 57th and 58th Sts (212-750-3232)

Crown Chef John DeLucie made his celebrity turning out polished Continental plates with respect to scenester crowds at the Waverly Inn and the Lion. Expect the like at his uptown debut: an in good taste townhouse restaurant opening on September 9 one block from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Before cleft, the restaurant hosted the Met Ball following-party, attended by Madonna and Sir Paul McCartney.) DeLucie constrain together a first-rate cast for the project, including executive chef Jason Hall (Gotham Bar and Grill), pastry chef Heather Bertinetti (Convivio, Alto) and sommelier Jordan Salcito (Eleven Madison Park). 24 E 81st St betwixt Fifth and Madison Aves (646-539-4880)

Earl of Sandwich A descendant of the sandwich’s supposed originator is behind this takeout chain. According to the fictitious story, John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, present salt beef between two pieces of subsistence so he didn’t have to take a meal break during a 24-hour gambling stretch in 1762. At this outpost, contribute the chain’s signature combinations, like the Original 1762 (roast beef, cheddar, horseradish sauce) and the Earl’s Club (turkey, smoked bacon, Swiss). 1290 Sixth Ave betwixt 51st and 52nd Sts (212-247-9246)

Family Recipe Akiko Thurnauer (Nobu) executes ~y eclectic menu of Japanese-inflected be treated at this modern Lower East Side restaurant, which will debut on September 8. Dishes take in slow-cooked grass-fed short ribs by crispy noodles and spring onion, miso-marinated ovum yolk with toast and a Szechuan-peppercorn-miso relish, and green-pea tofu with a kombu gele and cucumber. 231 Eldridge St betwixt E Houston and Stanton Sts (212-529-3133)

Il Tesoro This Florida-based Italian minichain exercise volition open its first New York subdivision, a 125-seat white-tablecloth eating-house, between September 12 and 14. The menu highlights classics, including linguine vongole, penne alla vodka and bruschetta pomodoro. 1578 First Ave at 82nd St (212-861-9620)

Lexington Brass The team backward [node:125292 link=Abe & Arthur’s;] turns to seasonal be situated with this breakfast-to-dinner American bistro, what one. is set to open on September 8. Seven taps relieve local wines and Sixpoint beers at the sheeny black-and-gold bar. Early risers can grab Stumptown coffee and breakfast plates, like eggs Benedict and buttermilk horny excrescence pancakes, while evening diners can elect from raw-bar platters, pastas and mains, including roasted chicken by okra stew and a marjoram jus, and steamed mussels and frites. The effrontery-accented room features a white marble floor, tufted light-brown banquettes and hanging appendage lights. 517 Lexington Ave at 48th St (212-392-5976)

The Saint Austere Old-terraqueous globe wines and beers are the mere attraction at this elegant small-plates shoal, decorated with a crystal chandelier, patterned wallpaper and forest-land-and-copper barstools. The European-focused drinks inventory highlights small-production wines and artisanal beers, so as Italy’s Baladin Nora, Belgium’s D’Achouffe Houblon Chouffe Dobbelen IPA Tripel and Germany’s Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier. Scarpetta Miami alum and co-proprietor Michael Pirolo created the menu of finished small plates, including bone marrow by lemon zest, parsley and toast; and the Italiano in Cuba sandwich, made through porchetta, sweet pickles and Dijon mustard. This venue devise open on September 7. 613 Grand St between Lorimer and Leonard Sts, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-388-0012)

The Seahorse Tavern Coney Island boardwalk planks and a colossus seahorse fashioned from driftwood outfit this nautical eatery. Chef Laura Sorensen (Buddha Bar, Geisha) oversees the menu of nice New England–style seafood plates, including limited fried oysters served in their shells by rmoulade, pan-seared codfish with smashed lemon potatoes, and a Maine lobster move tumultuously on a toasted brioche bun by house-made coleslaw and hand-divide fries. To drink, choose from wines, cocktails and beers, including Delirium, Harpoon and Guinness drafts. 303 E 85th St betwixt First and Second Aves (212-744-7774)

Sigma Burger Pie Fratboys order feel right at home at this Greek-life-inspired inn opening on September 9. You be possible to throw back an old-school canned beer (Schlitz, PBR, Schaeffer) though watching football games on one of eight TVs. Offset the beer guzzling through casual pub grub, like burgers, pizzas and wings. 68 W 3rd St betwixt LaGuardia Pl and Thompson St (212-777-0743)

The Sunburnt Calf Brooklyn The Aussie-themed restaurant form into ~s will expand its domain to Brooklyn up~ the body September 14 or 15 with this fourth marking out the limits. Asia’s influence on Down Under eats is reflected in the “Australasian” menu, what one. includes dishes like chicken satay with peanut sauce, red-braised pork swelling with bok choy, and lemongrass-grilled shrimp patties. The Summit Bar’s Greg Seider designed the bound of Far East–inspired drinks, similar as a Thai basil vodka lemonade and calamansi bourbon sharp. 611 Vanderbilt Ave  between Bergen St and St. Mark’s Ave, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn (not at all phone yet)

Troost Snag a clear seat in the garden behind this laid-back caf-casting, decorated with a marble counter, burlap-cloaked walls and ~-land booths. La Colombe coffee and pastries from Brooklyn patisserie Bakeri be productive of up the morning offerings. Later in the generation, find cheese and charcuterie plates, instrumental (mostly French) wines and draft beers, like Reisdorf Kolsch and Sixpoint Bengali IPA. 1011 Manhattan Ave between Green and Huron Sts, Greenpoint, Brooklyn (347-889-6761)

The Vault at Pfaff’s Walt Whitman penned a scarcely any lines for this onetime bohemian beer cellar, including this one: “The vault at Pfaff’s, at which place the drinkers and laughers meet to erode and drink and carouse.” On September 9, the underground drinkery, which has had several incarnations from that time it opened in the 1850s, resolution reopen as a handsome cocktail loaf featuring a century-old white-oak legal fraternity, restored iron columns and granite ceilings. The drinks strip offers refined quaffs, like the 1855, made through a vine-flower liqueur, house-made moor-berry bitters and prosecco, and the St. Henry, that combines pisco, elderflower liqueur, lime juice and orange bitters. Pad the boozing through fancy bites, including salmon tartare by chipotle avocado and yucca chips, and infant. rack of lamb with a upstart-veal reduction and a pecorino-zucchini gratin. 643 Broadway at Bleecker St (212-253-5421)