Kingswood: Aussie owner of Nolita's Ruby's takes the leap from sandwich shop to sit-down restaurant. With the feel of an indoor garden, Kingswood serves up dishes like cured duck breast with fig chutney, a roasted peach salad with crispy prosciutto and white balsamic or a rack of lamb with tomato orzo. In late October, the space will expand to include a downstairs lounge. 121 West 10th Street between Greenwich and Sixth Avenues. (212) 645-0044.

coming_soon.jpgThe Australian: Well, can't really get more straight up Aussie than that, can you? Australian beer like Black Wattle Superior and Cooper's Brewery flow freely to help wash down kangaroo sate sticks glazed with plum, maple and eucalyptus and an Australian burger topped with egg, beet and bacon. 20 West 38th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, (212) 869-8601.

Stuyvesant Town Greenmarket: Not a restaurant, but the newest branch of the Greenmarket starts this Sunday from 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Stuyvesant Town Oval, 16th and 18th Streets, between Avenues A and B, and runs through the fall.