BAR GONZO If the ‘70s don’t feel like ancient history, you’ll be right at home at this two-story restaurant, bar and lounge that takes its inspiration from that era. Named for the journalism style created by the writer Hunter S. Thompson, it has vibrant nightclub décor, and a French-bread pizza like the supermarket staple that was popular at the time. The dining room and a bar are on the ground floor. Upstairs, there is a raw bar, charcuterie station and an all-weather veranda with cabanas and a tiki bar. (Thursday): Cassa Times Square Hotel, 515 Ninth Avenue (39th Street), 212-920-2020, cassatimessquare.com.
HEY HEY CANTEEN AT GOTHAM MARKET This branch of the Park Slope Asian restaurant, the successor to 2 Duck Goose, is the latest addition to the Fort Greene, Brooklyn, food hall. It features noodles, dumplings and vegetable dishes, served from a counter. Some specialties include a choice of four kinds of noodles and toppings, and a Hong Kong fried chicken sandwich wrapped with crunchy ramen noodles and nestled into a pillowy bao bun: Gotham Market at the Ashland, 590 Fulton Street (Ashland Place), Fort Greene, Brooklyn, no phone, gothammarketashland.com.
PUBLIC FARE Union Square Hospitality Group’s outpost in the Bryant Park winter pop-up complex has returned for the season, through March 4, with items like a brioche doughnut and Reuben bratwurst sandwich: Bryant Park, 42nd Street and Avenue of the Americas, no phone, ushgnyc.com.
CHALSTY’S CAFE FEATURING AMY’S BREAD An airy new second floor cafe at the Museum of the City of New York is being run by Amy Scherber, who owns Amy’s Bread. She stocks it with breads, pastries, salads and sandwiches: 1220 Fifth Avenue (103rd Street), 212-534-1672, mcny.org/visit.
THE OSPREY This restaurant in this hotel at Brooklyn Bridge Park is poised to open. It’s a generously windowed space that brings the outdoors inside. The restaurant is run by Matt Abramcyk with the executive chef Michael Oliver, who will be serving mussels in gumbo broth, clam chowder, prime rib with horseradish and several meats spun on a rotisserie. (Thursday): 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, 60 Furman Street (Old Fulton Street), 347-696-2505, theospreybk.com.
DUMONET BROOKLYN Jean-Louis Dumonet, whose résumé includes the Upper East Side restaurant Trois Jean, has been working at the Union Club for the last decade, and his family has a restaurant in Paris. He will open this corner of France next month with his wife, Karen Dumonet, in Brooklyn. They’ve taken over the former Red Rose space: 315 Smith Street (Union Street), Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
MIZNON The Israeli celebrity chef Eyal Shani says he created the whole-roasted cauliflower dish that is now on many menus in New York and elsewhere. Whether that is the case, he is poised to bring his version to Manhattan in early December, opening a branch of the Tel Aviv-based counter-service chain he owns with the filmmaker Shahar Segal. It will be in Chelsea Market, taking over the former Buon’Italia store and seating 110 in a 2,400-square-foot space. It will have a separate entrance on West 15th Street. Founded in 2008, the Mediterranean-style chain has outposts in Paris, Vienna and Melbourne, Australia: 75 Ninth Avenue (15th Street).
Chefs on the Move
ARIEL FOX, who has developed restaurants for OTG, the airport dining management company, has been named executive chef in charge of concepts for the Dos Caminos restaurants.
ANDY BENNETT, who was the executive chef at Rouge Tomate Chelsea, has now taken that job at the Sea Grill in Rockefeller Center.
ISAAC CORREA This chef, who worked in Moscow with the Coffeemania restaurant group based there, is the new chef at that its first American outpost in New York. The restaurant opened this year on Avenue of the Americas, opposite Bryant Park, but the owners found that most people assumed that it was just a coffee shop, not a full-service restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. So they have now renamed it L’Adresse American Bistro.