A couple of outer-borough fixtures will see if they can make it in Manhattan. Most exciting, It’s All Fare reports that Arthur Avenue spot Zero Otto Nove (you know, the place with the little blue Fiat outside?) is opening an outpost at 15 West 21st Street, near Fifth Avenue. When Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld included the trattoria on their list of the city’s top pies, they wrote that it’s “quickly becoming as mandatory a stop on the tri-state pizza-pilgrim map as Coney Island’s Totonno’s and New Haven’s Pepe’s.” Meanwhile, EV Grieve notices that upscale grocer Union Market will open its fourth store (and its first outside of Brooklyn) at 240 East Houston and Avenue A.
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