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

New to a scene…

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

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

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

(Courtesy of Junior’s)

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

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

(Courtesy of Junior’s)

* Estate Garden Grill , a large new outside grill and towering drink garden, has non-stop in a 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 a grill’s Garden Bar, or 15 opposite beers on tap.

Happening this week…

* Megu (355 W. 16th St.) — a club-staurant in a Meatpacking District — is hosting a “Top Chef” cooking series all summer. Executive cook Frances Tariga, a competitor from Season 13 of a Bravo show, welcomes her former opposition castmates into her possess kitchen for a whole week any starting Thursday, Jun 22 by Aug. 20. Each cook will ready an a la grant menu featuring their possess specialties while collaborating with a 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 a unbiquitous vino, a 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 during davidstea.com.

* The newest further to a West Village dining scene, Greenwich Steakhouse (62 Greenwich Ave.), only debuted a 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, dual sliders, an 8-ounce frame of bacon or oversized scallops for $10.

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