1) Midtown: A tipster wrote in this morning to report that Murray’s Salami in Grand Central Market has opened. They report: “Just walked through the Grand Central Market and Murray's Salami is up and running. Lots of cured meats (salami, soppresato, prosciutto, etc.), sausages, and other various meat and meat by-products.” A press release and call confirm the opening. Status: Certified Open. Grand Central Terminal, 87 E. 42nd Street, 212-867-7202. [Eater Inbox]
2) Hell’s Kitchen: Janine of Life With Food and Drink has it that a new Hell’s Kitchen Mediterranean eatery called Hummus Kitchen opened on Friday night on 9th Avenue and 51st. She writes: “I examined the menu, which was short but sweet-- a listing of Mediterranean offerings, including hummus (of course) and various salads and soups and other goodies. Everything was very reasonably priced. As I stood there gaping at the menu, a woman came running out of the restaurant crying, 'Can I offer you free hummus?' I was momentarily flustered-- did she mean right now? Was she going to give me a container of hummus? Or did I have to go in and sit and eat?-- but then she thrust a coupon into my hands and explained that it was valid until January. Phew.” Status: Certified Open. 51st Street and 9th Avenue; phone unknown.
3) Park Slope: A new location of Atomic Wings has opened in Park Slope serving what else: atomic wings. Intel tells us it opened over the weekend or today. Status: Certified Open. 321 9th Street, Park Slope; 718-768-5665. [~E~]
4) Tribeca: Today, a PR Rep writes in with some details on the opening of Indian Express in Tribeca. Last week, Metromix provided the following: “Although the name might scream "fast food!," Tribeca tandoori train Indian Express actually runs on the local track: It's a sleek, full-service restaurant that makes many leisurely stops along the Indian culinary route: from nan to masala to vindaloo to, natch, tandoori.” Status: Certified Open, and 2 weeks old. 18 Murray Street; 212-608-5555. [Metromix]For more stories from Eater, go to eater.com.