New York Buzz -- Restaurants Reopen after Hurricane Sandy

New York City is emerging from the disaster of Hurricane Sandy, and things are beginning to get back to normal. Some Broadway and off-Broadway shows will resume tomorrow, and some restaurants throughout the city are open for business. Eater NY has a list of places where people can go out and enjoy an evening out on the town. 

As of Tuesday afternoon, these are just a few of the restaurants that had announced openings. 

Shake Shack: The Upper West Side, Theater District, Upper East Side, and Brooklyn locations are open for business. The Theater District location is serving a limited menu of burgers, fries, and sodas. 

Kyotofu: Offering 50 percent off sake all night until midnight.

Rattle N Hum: The bar is open, and the kitchen will start taking orders within the next half hour.

Northern Spy Food Co.: The restaurant is not fully operational, but will be offering some free meals tonight.

Circo: Open for dinner tonight. Mauro Maacioni notes, "Mrs. Maccioni is manning the pasta station!!!" 

Pok Pok NY: The front room will be open tonight, and the back yard will be closed. 

Landmarc: The Time Warner Center location will open at 4 p.m. 

Hillstone: A rep notes: "Although the Flatiron counterpart is temporarily closed due to the power outage, Hillstone in Midtown is open for lunch and dinner today."

JoJo: Jean-Georges's East Side restaurant will open tonight at 5:30 p.m.

Battersby: This Brooklyn hot spot will reopen tonight at 5:30 p.m. 

Barney Greengrass: A tipster reports that the deli and cafe are open. 

Little Town: Open. Probably the only place to get a garbage plate tonight. 

Ardesia: Mandy Oser writes in: "For any and all stir crazy and thirsty Hell's Kitchen residents we will open the bar today at 5 p.m.. Kitchen remains closed until tomorrow." 

5 Napkin Burger: The Hell's Kitchen and Astoria locations are open for business. 

Prime Meats: Open tonight at 5 p.m.

Silver Moon: This bakery and cafe reopened this morning. 

P.J. Clarke's: The Third Avenue location has been open since 11 a.m. today. 

The Modern: Reopening tonight at 5 p.m. Tarte flambees for everyone. 

Gran Electrica and Colonie: Both restaurants will open for dinner tonight at 6 p.m. 

Reunion Bar: Open from 5:30 p.m. till midnight, with $6 hurricanes all night long. 

Le Comptoir: Open for dinner tonight. 

Roebling Tea Room: Open as of 6 p.m. tonight.

Mermaid Inn UWS: Open for business (and extremely crowded). 

Four and Twenty Blackbirds: Now open for pie and coffee. 

Brooklyn Star: This Williamsburg favorite will be offering fried chicken dinners tonight. 

The Bedford: Open for lunch, and will stay open till 11 p.m. tonight. 

Nitehawk: The restaurant and the movie theater are open today. 

Maison Premiere: This Williamsburg cocktail den will open tonight at 4 p.m.

Fourth Wall Restaurants: Quality Meats, Park Avenue Autumn, Smith & Wollensky, Maloney & Porcelli, and The Post House will all be open for dinner tonight. Anyone who lost power during the storm will receive a free glass of prosecco, and each restaurant will donate the majority of their proceeds (or $10,000) to the American Red Cross.

Check for a complete list and updates. 

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