Gradually moving north, from Buenos Aires and Miami to New York, this all-day cafe owned by the sisters Martina and Juliana Fracchia and their associate Camila Basigalup, is a destination for daily brunch with a vegetable and grain Buddha bowl and quesadillas rancheras. More substantial fare includes roast chicken. (Thursday)
1165 Broadway (28th Street), 917-261-5250, oldayscoffee.com.
Malfy Giardino at La Pizza & La Pasta
This new bar inspired by the Amalfi Coast sits adjacent to La Pizza & La Pasta at Eataly. Cocktails made with Italian Malfy gin are the specialty.
Eataly Downtown, 101 Liberty Street (Church Street), 212-897-2895, eataly.com.
A taste of Montauk is what’s featured at the outdoor summer pop-up bar at the Hugh, the Midtown East food hall. It will remain through Labor Day.
The Hugh, 157 East 53rd Street, thehughnyc.com.
A branch of this Turkish restaurant in Miami, near the design district, has opened in East Hampton, in a location that has been a revolving door for restaurants and clubs. It features mezze, manti dumplings, kebabs, grilled sea bass, and desserts enriched with kaymak cream. There is live entertainment that gets going as the evening progresses. (Wednesday)
44 Three Mile Harbor Road (Oakview Highway), East Hampton, N.Y., 631-502-9597, elturcoturkishfood.com.
The latest in Urbanspace’s food halls and its first in the financial district features 16 vendors, including Bao by Kaya, Playa Bowls and Top Hops.
100 Pearl Street (Hanover Square), urbanspacenyc.com.
Regiis Ova Caviar & Champagne Lounge
What started as a pop-up in Yountville, Calif., has set down permanent roots for tastes of luxury from Thomas Keller and Shaoching Bishop.
6480 Washington Street (Oak Circle), Yountville, Calif., 707-947-7181, regiisovalounge.com.