New NYC restaurants and bars include Michaeli Bakery, Honeybee’s

Michaeli Bakery is helmed by the former executive pastry chef at Breads. Photo Credit: Lily Brown

You can also eat like you’re in Emilia-Romagna at the Italian restaurant Rezdôra

Michaeli Bakery is helmed by the former executive pastry chef at Breads.
Michaeli Bakery is helmed by the former executive pastry chef at Breads. Photo Credit: Craig Ruttle

New restaurants and bars seem to open every day in New York City. Here’s a look at some of the latest to debut.

Michaeli Bakery

Israeli-born pastry chef Adir Michaeli, the former executive pastry chef at Breads Bakery, brings Israeli-style pastries to the Lower East Side with his new bakery. Find challah, burekas (including a pizza take on the savory pastry); rugelach; babka with chocolate, poppy seed and hazelnut, or cinnamon; and ready-to-slice log cakes in flavors like coconut mango. Pair your treat with coffee from Irving Farm. Now open daily from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; 115A Division St., 646-360-2284, michaelibakery.com

Rezdôra

Get a taste of Emilia-Romagna with this new Flatiron restaurant. Chef Stefano Secchi, an alum of Massimo Bottura’s Osteria Francescana in the Italian region, puts a focus on handmade pasta with dishes such as maccheroni al pettine with duck ragu and spaghetti with clams. The wine list skews toward Northern Italian vinos, and for dessert, there’s a variety of housemade gelato. Now open Sunday-Thursday from 5:30-11 p.m., Friday-Saturday from 5:30 p.m.-midnight; 27 E. 20th St., 646-692-9090, rezdora.nyc

Rezdôra focuses on Italian cuisine using fresh, handmade pasta.
Rezdôra focuses on Italian cuisine using fresh, handmade pasta. Photo Credit: Kathryn Sheldon

Honeybee’s

The latest from vegan restaurateur Ravi Derossi (Amor y Amargo, Mother of Pearl) is this East Village bar, in his former rum bar Cienfuegos. The saloon-inspired bar will appeal to bourbon and rye aficionados, with upward of 70 American whiskeys on rotation. To eat, the menu is 100-percent vegan BBQ, from the brisket and chorizo to the hush puppies and condiments. Now open daily from 5 p.m.-2 a.m.; 95 Ave. A, second floor, honeybeesnyc.com

Mo’s Original

Popular Crown Heights Caribbean restaurant Glady’s has converted its second Prospect Lefferts Gardens location into a noodle joint. Find a variety of ramen, as well as ribs, pork buns, fried chicken, a veggie burger and more, alongside a cocktail menu. Now soft open Tuesday-Sunday from 5-10:30 p.m.; 453 Rogers Ave., Prospect Lefferts Gardens, mosoriginalnyc.com

Meredith Deliso