Junior’s grill has non-stop a second Times Square location

New to the scene…

* Brooklyn-based cheesecake aristocrat Junior’s has non-stop its second Times Square location. The new shop, at 1626 Broadway, sits just a few blocks divided from its sister grill at 1515 Broadway. The cafe, famous for its no-frills, diner-style comfort food, will exaggerate a few new equipment on the menu including Reuben egg rolls and pastrami smoked salmon.

Junior’s just non-stop a new Times Square plcae on Broadway. 

Junior’s just non-stop a new Times Square plcae on Broadway. 

(Courtesy of Junior’s)

The newest plcae of Junior’s, at 1626 Broadway, is the second in Times Square. 

The newest plcae of Junior’s, at 1626 Broadway, is the second in Times Square. 

(Courtesy of Junior’s)

* Estate Garden Grill , a large new outside grill and towering drink garden, has non-stop in the new Estate Tower of Ravel Hotel in Long Island City, Queens (8-08 Queens Plaza S.). Executive cook Seth Levine of Hotel Chantelle will offer grilled meats and seafood, as good as sushi, crudo and an oyster bar. Guests can sip cocktails from the grill’s Garden Bar, or 15 opposite beers on tap.

Happening this week…

* Megu (355 W. 16th St.) — a club-staurant in the Meatpacking District — is hosting a “Top Chef” cooking series all summer. Executive cook Frances Tariga, a competitor from Season 13 of the Bravo show, welcomes her former rival castmates into her own kitchen for a whole week any starting Thursday, Jun 22 by Aug. 20. Each cook will ready an a la grant menu featuring their own specialties while collaborating with the Megu team, who shake out complicated Japanese character dishes.

Try it…

* Rosé is now a tea flavor. DavidsTea has launched a “Rosé All Day” flavor, a fruity mix of apple, hibiscus, elderberries and currants. Like the unbiquitous vino, the none-caffeine tea is best served cold (though it can be done hot), and is a change of honeyed and spicy done for sipping outdoors. $8.98 for 2-ounces at davidstea.com.

* The newest further to the West Village dining scene, Greenwich Steakhouse (62 Greenwich Ave.), just debuted its new 10-for-$10 happy hour, accessible Monday to Friday from 5-7 p.m. The choice includes signature cocktails from mixologist Zane Harris like The Bramble (lemon juice, elementary syrup and blackberry liqueur), and a Classic Manhattan, in further to Los Vascos “Grand Reserve” Cabernet Sauvignon. There’s also a choice of possibly 3 Blue Point oysters, two sliders, an 8-ounce strip of bacon or oversized scallops for $10.

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