Ed Szymanski and Patricia Howard, the owners of the seafood-focused Dame in Greenwich Village, are planning a new restaurant, scheduled to open in early fall, and, as Ms. Howard said in an email, inspired by London establishments like St John, Rochelle Canteen and Quo Vadis. “That style of simple, elegant, seasonal British cooking that’s a long way away from the bangers-and-mash of previous generations,” she wrote. “Lord’s will be perhaps a touch less traditional than those references, bearing the New York farmers’ market in mind.”
Adda Indian Canteen
This Long Island City restaurant, which Roni Mazumdar and Chintan Pandya of Unapologetic Foods have owned since 2018, will be moving to the former Jeepney space in the East Village. A date has not yet been set. They plan to turn the Queens location into a commissary kitchen to support their restaurants, catering and delivery.
201 First Avenue (12th Street), addanyc.com.
Aman New York
A new Aman hotel, the first in New York, will open on Aug. 2. It starts at the 11th floor of the Crown Building, a 1921 gilded tower designed by Warren and Wetmore. That same day, Arva, for Italian fare, and Nama, for Japanese omakase dining, will open on the 14th floor for hotel guests and members of the chain’s private club. The restaurants will welcome the general public later this year.
730 Fifth Avenue (57th Street).
Arthur & Sons
Joe Isidori, a founder of Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beers who owned Arthur on Smith in Brooklyn, drawing from a family name, is again calling on relatives as inspiration for his new Italian restaurant. His paternal grandfather was Arthur Isidori, a butcher in Harlem, and his father was Arthur Isidori Jr., a chef. It is to open in early June.
38 Eighth Avenue (Jane Street).
East River International Food Festival
This new showcase for Queens restaurants will have chef stations with free tastings and a cash bar. It is organized by Queens Together, a nonprofit organization, and will support the participating restaurants, as well as Zone126.org, an educational organization the fights poverty.
Sunday, noon to 3 p.m., Sound River Studios, 4-40 44th Drive (Vernon Boulevard), Long Island City, Queens; tickets, $50 or $800 for a V.I.P. table for 10, queenstogether.org.
Pending the release of the New York Michelin Guide in the fall, the inspectors have announced the restaurants they plan to add to the guide, without their accompanying ratings. The 21 restaurants are Antoya, Archie’s Table & Tap, Carne Mare, Casa Dani, Chick Chick, Chutney Masala, Ci Siamo, the Commerce Inn, Dagon, Dhamaka, Dumpling Lab, Falansai, Fradei, Le Pavillon, Mena, Mari, Noz 17, Reserve by Amor y Amargo, Saga, Soda Club and Tacos Güey.