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New Restaurants Opening Soon In Park Slope & Prospect Heights

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Here’s a list of a few new eateries that will be opening up in Park Slope and Prospect Heights in the very near future.

Your dining options include California-style Mexican, Uzbek cuisine, southern-inspired dishes, and barbecue.

Know of an upcoming restaurant opening? Please let us know at editor@bklyner.com.

Maya Taqueria, 168 5th Avenue (Photo by Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)

Maya Taqueria, 168 5th Avenue, 718.398.6292, Park Slope
The Prospect Heights location (637 Vanderbilt Ave) of this “no frills” California-style tacqueria has been serving up burritos and tacos since 2010. A second Park Slope location opens today, July 28, at 5pm on the corner of 5th Avenue and Degraw where diners can enjoy fresh Mexican dishes made from scratch. After today’s grand opening, the regular hours for the new location will be 11am to midnight, 7 days a week.

Nargis Bar & Grill, 155 5th Avenue (Photo by Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)

Nargis Bar & Grill, 155 5th Avenue (between St Johns & Lincoln Place), Park Slope
Coming to the former Nana space on 5th Avenue is a new outpost of the popular Sheepshead Bay Uzbek restaurant Nargis Café (2818 Coney Island Ave). The menu at the new location will be similar to the café’s with kabobs, lagman soup (lamb, beef, veggies, and noodles), and salads made with cabbage instead of lettuce.

A staff member at the Sheepshead Bay location says the 5th Avenue space should be opening in a few weeks.

Sweet Chick, 341 Flatbush Avenue (at Park Place), Prospect Heights
Opening Monday, July 31, is a third NYC location of Sweet Chick, a cool, modern American comfort food restaurant serving up fried chicken and waffles, southern-inspired cuisine, homemade desserts, and cocktails. Brooklyn-born, hip-hop star Nas, is one of the restaurant’s co-owners.

Dickey’s Barbecue PitFlatbush Avenue at Dean Street, Prospect Heights
Coming this fall across from the Barclays Center will be an outpost of the Dallas-based, family-run barbecue franchise founded in 1941 by Travis Dickey. The casual restaurant slow-smokes meats on-site in a hickory wood pit smoker at each of its 600 locations across the U.S. and serves fresh home-style sides.

 

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