The Feed openings: Onegin, Greenwich Village Country Club and more

Charcuterie at Onegin

Charcuterie at Onegin Photograph: Caroline Voagen Nelson

The following venues are expected to open by October 26. Always call ahead, as openings can be delayed.

Onegin An ode to Russian lit luminary Alexander Pushkin, this luxe West Village restaurant—sporting cream tufted walls and brass chandeliers—takes its name from his verse novel Eugene Onegin. A massive portrait of Pushkin hangs on the ceiling, and dark-brown tables display the poet's scribbles (copied from manuscripts with a goose-feather quill, no less). Sink into one of the plush gold-tan chairs and order from a menu of Eastern European classics like chicken Kiev, braised beef short ribs and Sturgeon Moscow, which is topped with cheese and stewed in a clay pot. At the center of the kitchen is a custom-built pechka, the traditional wood-burning brick oven of old-country households. It adds a touch of smolder to hot-smoked fish, homemade kielbasa and pierogi encased by the traditional yeast dough. The beverage program takes a more modern approach: In addition to 20 vodkas (Russian Standard, Beluga), drinkers can find the spirit infused with horseradish, honey pepper and other flavors. 391 Sixth Ave between Waverly and W 8th Sts (212-924-8001)

Chimney Cake Transylvania native Anna Kozma grew up watching her grandmother cook kurtoskalacs, thin sugar-crusted rings of yeast pastry, over an open-flame hearth. She creates her own versions, made with organic milk and eggs, in an electric oven at this Long Island City bakeshop. Get yours with the traditional topping of caramelized sugar or add walnuts, coconut, almond, cinnamon, chocolate and ginger. 10-50 Jackson Ave at 50th Ave, Long Island City, Queens (718-786-1818)

Greenwich Village Country Club Play minigolf, bocce or shuffleboard while snacking on David Burke eats at this pimped-out entertainment complex, from the team behind Bowlmor Lanes. The 16,000-square-foot space is kitted out with Astroturf flooring, plaid-flannel-covered walls and vintage '60s fiberglass animals salvaged from an amusement park. Break from your game to dig into Burke's comfort food, like corn-dog skewers, BBQ pulled pork on mini potato rolls, and Bob's Badass Burger topped with applewood-smoked bacon, spicy shrimp tempura, sharp cheddar and blue-cheese slaw. 110 University Pl between 12th and 13th Sts (212-255-8188)

The Meatball Factory Top Chef season-one finalist Dave Martin dishes out a variety of meatballs—including turducken, braised pork and short rib—at this 68-seat East Village restaurant. Pair yours with one of the offbeat sauces (green curry peanut, salsa verde, fire-roasted marinara) on a Eli's Bread challah roll, or opt for a house-made pasta or salad instead. 231 E 14th St at Second Ave (212-260-8015)

Oslo Coffee Roasters The Williamsburg artisan roastery brings its single-origin beans to a less-tattooed clientele on the Upper East Side. 422 E 75th St between First and York Aves (718-782-0332)

Toloache 82 Upper East Siders can dig into enchiladas de pollo, quesadillas and guacamole frutas at the second spin-off of Julian Medina's upscale Latin American restaurant. 166 E 82nd St between Lexington and Third Aves (212-861-4505)

Ventanas This flashy Moorish-style restaurant, decorated with colorful lamps and a stained-glass bar, offers Spanish tapas and live music. Relax with a glass of wine on a red velvet couch downstairs while watching the nightly entertainment acts, like flamenco performers on Tuesdays or belly dancers on Thursdays. On the candlelit second level, diners can snack on small plates, such as fried oysters, codfish croquettas and braised short ribs. 100 Tenth Ave at 16th St (212-366-1640)