041808gyc.jpgGowanus Yacht Club: Outdoor seating at Carroll Gardens’ kitschy beach bum beer garden was born again on Thursday night; Eater is rightfully ecstatic, and has some photos, which show the place looking pretty much the same as ever. Wouldn’t have it any other way; Gowanus Yacht Club is an ideal summer's eve refuge for enlightened discourse on the finer points of yachting, whilst sipping fine lager and feasting on hamburgers and hot dogs. (A vegan 'Not-Dog' is also available.) 323 Smith St., (718) 246-1321.

Campo: Morningside Heights, meet Campo, a new trattoria from Jeremy Wladis, whose far-flung restaurant empire numbers 12, including Upper West Side Italian restaurant Nonna. According to Andrea Strong, his new Tuscan rustic venture, in the former home of Cafe Pertutti, is meant to be a casual, “neighborhood” place, with a marble topped bar, and open doors calling Columbia students to step in and procrastinate. Expect quality antipasti; Italian charcuterie; grilled pizza; pastas like orchiette with pistachio pesto and roasted cauliflower, linguini and clams; and entrees that include pork barciole with creamy parmesan polenta. 2888 Broadway, (212) 864-1143.

YourAsian: Not to be confused with a mail-order bride service, this is a new Asian fast food joint in Tribeca, run by the man behind Jerry’s in SoHo, which closed last year. So far it’s only open for lunch during the week, but by summer they plan to operate on weekends and serve dinner. For now, you can have your choice of chef Ten Vong’s rice or noodles with seasonings from an Asian Rainbow Coalition of cuisines: Japanese, Chinese, Thai or Indonesian. The expansion into dinner will include a taste of Vietnam. 90 Chambers Street, (212) 608-1700.

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