With just 12 cozy chairs, not stools, the chef Tadashi Yoshida will get ready sushi omakase dinners with roughly six appetizers, 12 items of sushi and dessert, for $400. The chef, who adopted his father behind the sushi counter, relocated his father’s cafe to Nagoya, a town concerning Tokyo and Osaka. It shut in 2019. He said he will take liberties with his preparations, affected by his perform in a French restaurant. He is identified for his binchotan grilled mackerel.

342 Bowery (Bond Street), NoHo, Sept. 23.

Isao Yamada, who was at the counter of David Bouley’s Brushstroke from 2010 till 2018, is opening this official 20-seat tasting-menu restaurant that can take its inspiration from Kyoto’s tea ceremony. The cafe, finished in refined purely natural wood, is aspect of the Team, which also owns Omakase Home by Mitsu.

145 West 53rd Avenue, Midtown, September.

The names of Jack Kreindler and Charlie Berns, the founders of the ‘21’ Club (closed as of now), have been adopted for a common, warmly decorated 110-seat room in the West Village unaffiliated with ‘21.’ The chef, Ed Cotton, a Daniel alumnus, will serve common fare: raw-bar seafood, homemade pasta, seafood and wooden-fired steaks. On the drinks list, martinis acquire middle stage.

118 Greenwich Avenue (13th Road), West Village, mid-October.

Acquiring taken more than the previous Bouchon Bakery in Rockefeller Middle, Ignacio Mattos of Estela and Altro Paradiso is opening a refined but laid-again all-day homage to Italy serving breakfast, lunch and supper in a bar and lounge placing, with seating outside the house on the piazza — all proper, plaza.

1 Rockefeller Plaza (49th Avenue), Midtown, September.

This spinoff of the chef Alex Stupak’s West Village taqueria will be in the slowly evolving Waterline Sq. development on the southern edge of the Upper West Facet. It will dwarf the original, with 60 indoor seats and 60 outdoors, but will give a identical menu of tacos and queso fundido.

645 West 59th Road, 3 Waterline Square, Upper West Aspect, Oct.