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Outdoor Dining Is Here: 28 NYC Restaurants That Are Open This Week

Cuban slow-roasted pork, Indian grilled meats, and rustic Tuscan pastas are all available this week at sidewalk cafes

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A spread of food at Rahi
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New York City’s dining scene regains a shred of normalcy today with the return of outdoor dining. While many restaurants had preempted the city’s official announcement last week and set up tables and chairs outside, several others are scrambling to get things ready for this new reality. For places that already had outdoor dining permits, things will mostly be the same with the addition of new social distancing rules, like keeping tables six feet apart. But for others, there’s a new online application process with restaurants being instantly approved, the city says.

Already, dozens of restaurants across the city have set up shop outside including Thai Diner in Nolita, Brazilian spot Pao de Queijo in Astoria, and Taco Mix in Sunset Park. Many others are waiting to see what the first few days will be like. NYC has been relatively strict and slow with its reopening plan, but many parts of the country are seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases as more people return outside. Though studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

Still, as more people feel safe hanging out outdoors, restaurants are eager to meet the demand. Be sure to call your favorite neighborhood spots to see if they have plans for outdoor dining.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Melba's

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300 W 114th St
New York, NY 10026
(212) 864-7777
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This updated soul food spot from chef Melba Wilson will have a sidewalk seating area designed by the Rockwell Group.

A rendering of a sidewalk cafe Rockwell Group

2. Jacob's Pickles

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509 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10024
(212) 470-5566
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Perpetually packed neighborhood spot Jacob’s Pickles is now accepting reservations through Resy for outdoor dining. Customers are limited to one hour for dining once they are seated.

3. Neptune Diner

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3105 Astoria Blvd N
Astoria, NY 11102
(718) 278-4853
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Neighborhood standby Neptune Diner will be offering outdoor dining to customers starting on June 24. No reservations needed.

4. Guantanamera

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939 8th Ave
New York, NY 10019
(212) 262-5354
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The stalwart Hell’s Kitchen’s spot served takeout mojitos, slow roast pork, and other dishes throughout the COVID-19 crisis, and now it’s letting patrons dine at an outdoor table on Eighth Avenue. Expect crispy Cuban sandwiches, succulent vaca frita (shredded and pan-fried skirt steak), and classic picadillo with ground beef and raisins.

A Cuban sandwich lies on a white plate on the left, while a plate of vaca frita lies on the right at Guantanamera
A Cuban sandwich lies on a white plate on the left, while a plate of vaca frita lies on the right at Guantanamera
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5. Pao De Queijo

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31-90 30th St
Astoria, NY 11106
(718) 204-1979
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This casual Brazilian spot has been offering a takeout and delivery menu throughout the pandemic filled with comforting favorites including burgers, empanadas, and the restaurant’s namesake tapioca cheese bread bites. Now that outdoor dining is allowed, the food will still be served to-go but tables and chairs will be set up outside for customers if they’d prefer to sit and eat.

Pao de Queijo Pao de Queijo [Official Photo]

6. Gotham West Market

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600 11th Ave
New York, NY 10036
(212) 582-7940
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A number of Gotham West Market vendors operated throughout the pandemic, but now, the Hell’s Kitchen food hall is open for outdoor seating. Ivan Ramen is still closed, but among the open venues are high-end sandwich spot Don Wagyu, the pasta-slinging Dell’Anima, the taco-focused La Palapa, the burger-centric Corner Bistro, and the excellent pizzeria that is Corner Slice.

A white clam slice and a red tomato slice sit on paper plates at Gotham West Market
A white clam slice and a tomato slice at Gotham West Market
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7. Angkor Cambodian Bistro

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408 E 64th St
New York, NY 10065
(212) 758-2111
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This acclaimed Cambodian restaurant has been taking orders over the phone for its popular Khmer curriers, sliced duck salad, and frog legs cooked a variety of ways amid the pandemic. For outdoor dining, the restaurant directs customers to order over the phone ahead of time and then diners can take their meals out to the backyard where a handful of tables have been spaced six feet apart. Staff will be serving wine to outdoor diners.

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Angkor’s dining room
Angkor [Official Photo]

8. Raan Kway Teow

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78-14 Roosevelt Ave #6
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
(929) 424-3315

Thai noodle hotspot Raan Kway Teow has set out tables and chairs for customers to sit and savor the restaurant’s popular lineup of noodle soups, including the headlining kway teow, or thin rice noodle that’s served in a broth flavored with tamarind or coconut milk.

Raan Kway Teow interior
Raan Kway Teow
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9. Ruby's Cafe

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442 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10016
(212) 300-4245
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This Australian accented cafe offers burgers, pastas, and vegemite toast, with a nice collection of outdoor tables on its bright white, north facing side, just off Third Avenue. which means some sun, some shade.

A bright white wall with tables in front. Robert Sietsema/Eater

10. Pastis

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52 Gansevoort St
New York, NY 10014
(212) 929-4844
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Keith McNally’s famed brasserie in the Meatpacking District, run by Starr Restaurants, has reopened its sunny outdoor cafe for dine-in service. The kitchen is serving all of its usual classics: garlicky escargots, rich croque monsieur sandwiches, filet au poivre, and a giant lobster frites for two.

A spread of dishes sit on a table at Pastis, including golden roast chicken, buttered lobster, snails, and crimson raw tuna
A spread of dishes sit on a table at Pastis, including golden roast chicken, buttered lobster, snails, and crimson raw tuna
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11. Rahi

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60 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10011
(212) 373-8900
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Chef Chintan Pandya has reworked acclaimed Indian restaurant Rahi’s menu for a summer of outdoor dining. The team will be grilling outdoors and there will be an ice cream cart with cold treats available for customers sitting outside. For those still looking for takeout, Rahi is offering grab-and-go options including a masala fried chicken sandwich and creamy kulfi on a stick.

Tulsi chicken plated on a white slab dish
Tulsi chicken at Rahi
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12. Numero 28 Pizzeria

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176 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003
(212) 777-1555
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This purveyor of Neapolitan pizzas offers nearly two dozen pies in three categories (red, white, and special). It has flung some tables onto the sidewalk and street with great views of the East Village.

Tables in the street surrounded by orange plastic barriers. Robert Sietsema/Eater

13. Fiaschetteria "Pistoia"

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647 E 11th St
New York, NY 10009
(212) 777-3355
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Rustic East Village Italian spot Fiaschetteria “Pistoia” will be offering up its signature plates of pastas and approachable wines for outdoor dining starting on June 22. The sidewalk seating is first come, first served.

The exterior of Fiaschetteria Pistoia, with floor to ceiling window panels that give a view into the restaurant
Fiaschetteria Pistoia
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14. Nowon

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507 E 6th St
New York, NY 10009
(646) 692-3867
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Laid-back Korean-American restaurant Nowon will be starting outdoor dining on June 23. The spot will be open to walk-ins but reservations are preferred, and each table can be reserved for a maximum of 90 minutes. The available menu includes chicken wings with a gochujang glaze, a giant shrimp boil, and a dry-aged steak burger.

A cheese burger placed on a white plate with a pattern along the border. The cheese burger is sandwiched in a sesame bun with a giant sliced pickle on top held together by a toothpick
Nowon’s cheeseburger
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15. Pause Cafe

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3 Clinton St
New York, NY 10002
(212) 677-5415
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Pause Cafe is one of the few Moroccan cafes in town, run by Amine Sadki. And when the breezes blow up Clinton Street on a warm day, you might as well be in Marrakech. Plenty of cooling beverages available.

A jumble of tables on the sidewalk with a prominent tree. Robert Sietsema/Eater

16. Thai Diner

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186 Mott St
New York, NY 10012
(646) 559-4140
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Uncle Boon’s offshoot Thai Diner, interrupted during its initial opening by the novel coronavirus, has now reopened, with a special menu and tables along both Mott and Kenmare streets.

The exterior of Thai Diner with tables and chairs set up on the sidewalk alongside the restaurant
Thai Diner’s outdoor dining setup
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17. Zyara NY

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57 Clinton St
New York, NY 10002
(646) 559-4250
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This is one of the few Middle Eastern places in town where you can get french fries stuffed inside the rolled shawarma sandwich. Ask for extra hot sauce and the garlicky white sauce called toum.

A Middle Eastern restaurant with two tables set out on the sidewalk. Robert Sietsema/Eater

18. Atera

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77 Worth St
New York, NY 10013
(212) 226-1444
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Chef Ronny Emborg, known best for his longer $285 tasting menus, will serve full a la carte offerings in front of Atera and neighboring Farra seven days a week, weather permitting. Throughout the pandemic, Farra has been serving dishes like squid salad with pickled ginger, salmon tartare with nori chips, dry-aged ribeye with jalapeno, and brown butter ice cream.

A U-shaped wooden table at Atera
A U-shaped wooden table at Atera
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19. Nom Wah Tea Parlor

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13 Doyers St
New York, NY 10013
(212) 392-6800
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Tables are out on historic Doyers Street, where Nom Wah Tea Parlor is offering takeout. All the favorites of the dim sum restaurant are available, including a slew of dumplings, noodles, and fried rice. 

A top-down view of a street with some tables and chairs set up on the road Gary He/Eater

20. St. Anselm

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355 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 384-5054
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This modern steakhouse is setting tables out in its backyard, with butcher’s steak, fish, and steakhouse sides on deck.

21. Gertie

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357 Grand St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 636-0902
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Casual cafe Gertie launched a weekend “Summer Shack” in June that will be open every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout the summer months. The restaurant has a to-go window where diners can pick up cheeseburgers, veggies, fries, cookies, and cocktails, wine, and beer, and then eat along an open stretch of Grand Street that has been temporarily closed to cars.

Squash toast and salad on colorful plates spread across a white table at Gertie
Squash toast and salad at Gertie
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22. Diner

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85 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 486-3077
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The classics of South Williamsburg mainstay Diner, including the cheeseburger, are available at outdoor tables. Nearby sister restaurant Marlow and Sons also has seats out, though that menu is sandwiches and snacks for now. First come, first served.

23. Black Forest Brooklyn

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733 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 935-0300
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This German biergarten with a great range of tap beers will be pushing tables out onto Fulton street for brats, hot pretzels, and schnitzels. The Smith Street location will also be open.

A big pretzel with mustard Robert Sietsema/Eater

24. Peaches HotHouse

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415 Tompkins Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11216
(718) 483-9111
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Starting Tuesday, June 23, Nashville-style hot chicken destination Peaches Hot House will have tables outside for people to eat their takeout. The Fort Greene location remains closed, but other restaurants in B+C Restaurants remain open and will also have tables: Peaches Kitchen and Bar on Lewis Avenue in Bed-Stuy and Peaches Shrimp and Crab on Grand Avenue in Clinton Hill. 

25. Glady's

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788 Franklin Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 622-0249
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This popular Caribbean spot will have tables outside for eating takeout jerk chicken, jerk pork, and peppered shrimp. Sister restaurant Mo’s Original in Prospect Lefferts Garden will also have outdoor seating.

Guyanese chow mein, jerk pork with steamed cabbage, jerk fried wings, jerk shrimp, and whole fish Alex Staniloff/Eater

26. Camillo

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1146 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11225
(718) 576-6886
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Prospect Lefferts Garden Roman restaurant Camillo is serving its pinsas and pastas at outdoor tables by reservation through Resy.

27. Taco Mix

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220 36th St
Brooklyn, NY 11232
(646) 634-8763
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Taco Mix’s Sunset Park location, inside Industry City, is back up and running with a variety of tacos, burritos, bowls, and quesadillas available for purchase. Diners can grab food from Taco Mix’s to-go counter and find a spot to eat in Industry City’s outdoor courtyard seating that just reopened to the public.

Tacos at Taco Mix Lower East Side
Tacos from Taco Mix
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28. The Owl's Head

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479 74th St
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 680-2436
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Unassuming Bay Ridge wine bar the Owl’s Head has put out tables and chairs on the sidewalk to welcome outdoor dining customers starting on June 24. All orders will be placed via phone to limit staff interaction with customers.

Wooden tables and chairs set up outside Bay Ridge bar the Owl’s Head
Outdoor seating at the Owl’s Head
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1. Melba's

300 W 114th St, New York, NY 10026
A rendering of a sidewalk cafe Rockwell Group

This updated soul food spot from chef Melba Wilson will have a sidewalk seating area designed by the Rockwell Group.

300 W 114th St
New York, NY 10026

2. Jacob's Pickles

509 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024

Perpetually packed neighborhood spot Jacob’s Pickles is now accepting reservations through Resy for outdoor dining. Customers are limited to one hour for dining once they are seated.

509 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10024

3. Neptune Diner

3105 Astoria Blvd N, Astoria, NY 11102

Neighborhood standby Neptune Diner will be offering outdoor dining to customers starting on June 24. No reservations needed.

3105 Astoria Blvd N
Astoria, NY 11102

4. Guantanamera

939 8th Ave, New York, NY 10019
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A Cuban sandwich lies on a white plate on the left, while a plate of vaca frita lies on the right at Guantanamera
A Cuban sandwich lies on a white plate on the left, while a plate of vaca frita lies on the right at Guantanamera
Nick Solares/Eater

The stalwart Hell’s Kitchen’s spot served takeout mojitos, slow roast pork, and other dishes throughout the COVID-19 crisis, and now it’s letting patrons dine at an outdoor table on Eighth Avenue. Expect crispy Cuban sandwiches, succulent vaca frita (shredded and pan-fried skirt steak), and classic picadillo with ground beef and raisins.

939 8th Ave
New York, NY 10019

5. Pao De Queijo

31-90 30th St, Astoria, NY 11106
Pao de Queijo Pao de Queijo [Official Photo]

This casual Brazilian spot has been offering a takeout and delivery menu throughout the pandemic filled with comforting favorites including burgers, empanadas, and the restaurant’s namesake tapioca cheese bread bites. Now that outdoor dining is allowed, the food will still be served to-go but tables and chairs will be set up outside for customers if they’d prefer to sit and eat.

31-90 30th St
Astoria, NY 11106

6. Gotham West Market

600 11th Ave, New York, NY 10036
A white clam slice and a red tomato slice sit on paper plates at Gotham West Market
A white clam slice and a tomato slice at Gotham West Market
Ryan Sutton/Eater NY

A number of Gotham West Market vendors operated throughout the pandemic, but now, the Hell’s Kitchen food hall is open for outdoor seating. Ivan Ramen is still closed, but among the open venues are high-end sandwich spot Don Wagyu, the pasta-slinging Dell’Anima, the taco-focused La Palapa, the burger-centric Corner Bistro, and the excellent pizzeria that is Corner Slice.

600 11th Ave
New York, NY 10036

7. Angkor Cambodian Bistro

408 E 64th St, New York, NY 10065
A dark dining room
Angkor’s dining room
Angkor [Official Photo]

This acclaimed Cambodian restaurant has been taking orders over the phone for its popular Khmer curriers, sliced duck salad, and frog legs cooked a variety of ways amid the pandemic. For outdoor dining, the restaurant directs customers to order over the phone ahead of time and then diners can take their meals out to the backyard where a handful of tables have been spaced six feet apart. Staff will be serving wine to outdoor diners.

408 E 64th St
New York, NY 10065

8. Raan Kway Teow

78-14 Roosevelt Ave #6, Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Raan Kway Teow interior
Raan Kway Teow
Robert Sietsema/Eater

Thai noodle hotspot Raan Kway Teow has set out tables and chairs for customers to sit and savor the restaurant’s popular lineup of noodle soups, including the headlining kway teow, or thin rice noodle that’s served in a broth flavored with tamarind or coconut milk.

78-14 Roosevelt Ave #6
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

9. Ruby's Cafe

442 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
A bright white wall with tables in front. Robert Sietsema/Eater

This Australian accented cafe offers burgers, pastas, and vegemite toast, with a nice collection of outdoor tables on its bright white, north facing side, just off Third Avenue. which means some sun, some shade.

442 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10016

10. Pastis

52 Gansevoort St, New York, NY 10014
Read Review |
A spread of dishes sit on a table at Pastis, including golden roast chicken, buttered lobster, snails, and crimson raw tuna
A spread of dishes sit on a table at Pastis, including golden roast chicken, buttered lobster, snails, and crimson raw tuna
Alex Staniloff/Eater

Keith McNally’s famed brasserie in the Meatpacking District, run by Starr Restaurants, has reopened its sunny outdoor cafe for dine-in service. The kitchen is serving all of its usual classics: garlicky escargots, rich croque monsieur sandwiches, filet au poivre, and a giant lobster frites for two.

52 Gansevoort St
New York, NY 10014

11. Rahi

60 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10011
Tulsi chicken plated on a white slab dish
Tulsi chicken at Rahi
Rahi

Chef Chintan Pandya has reworked acclaimed Indian restaurant Rahi’s menu for a summer of outdoor dining. The team will be grilling outdoors and there will be an ice cream cart with cold treats available for customers sitting outside. For those still looking for takeout, Rahi is offering grab-and-go options including a masala fried chicken sandwich and creamy kulfi on a stick.

60 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10011

12. Numero 28 Pizzeria

176 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003
Tables in the street surrounded by orange plastic barriers. Robert Sietsema/Eater

This purveyor of Neapolitan pizzas offers nearly two dozen pies in three categories (red, white, and special). It has flung some tables onto the sidewalk and street with great views of the East Village.

176 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003

13. Fiaschetteria "Pistoia"

647 E 11th St, New York, NY 10009
Read Review |
The exterior of Fiaschetteria Pistoia, with floor to ceiling window panels that give a view into the restaurant
Fiaschetteria Pistoia
Robert Sietsema/Eater

Rustic East Village Italian spot Fiaschetteria “Pistoia” will be offering up its signature plates of pastas and approachable wines for outdoor dining starting on June 22. The sidewalk seating is first come, first served.

647 E 11th St
New York, NY 10009

14. Nowon

507 E 6th St, New York, NY 10009
A cheese burger placed on a white plate with a pattern along the border. The cheese burger is sandwiched in a sesame bun with a giant sliced pickle on top held together by a toothpick
Nowon’s cheeseburger
Katie Harman/Nowon

Laid-back Korean-American restaurant Nowon will be starting outdoor dining on June 23. The spot will be open to walk-ins but reservations are preferred, and each table can be reserved for a maximum of 90 minutes. The available menu includes chicken wings with a gochujang glaze, a giant shrimp boil, and a dry-aged steak burger.

507 E 6th St
New York, NY 10009

15. Pause Cafe

3 Clinton St, New York, NY 10002
A jumble of tables on the sidewalk with a prominent tree. Robert Sietsema/Eater

Pause Cafe is one of the few Moroccan cafes in town, run by Amine Sadki. And when the breezes blow up Clinton Street on a warm day, you might as well be in Marrakech. Plenty of cooling beverages available.

3 Clinton St
New York, NY 10002

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16. Thai Diner

186 Mott St, New York, NY 10012
The exterior of Thai Diner with tables and chairs set up on the sidewalk alongside the restaurant
Thai Diner’s outdoor dining setup
Robert Sietsema/Eater

Uncle Boon’s offshoot Thai Diner, interrupted during its initial opening by the novel coronavirus, has now reopened, with a special menu and tables along both Mott and Kenmare streets.

186 Mott St
New York, NY 10012

17. Zyara NY

57 Clinton St, New York, NY 10002
A Middle Eastern restaurant with two tables set out on the sidewalk. Robert Sietsema/Eater

This is one of the few Middle Eastern places in town where you can get french fries stuffed inside the rolled shawarma sandwich. Ask for extra hot sauce and the garlicky white sauce called toum.

57 Clinton St
New York, NY 10002

18. Atera

77 Worth St, New York, NY 10013
Read Review |
A U-shaped wooden table at Atera
A U-shaped wooden table at Atera
Daniel Krieger/Eater

Chef Ronny Emborg, known best for his longer $285 tasting menus, will serve full a la carte offerings in front of Atera and neighboring Farra seven days a week, weather permitting. Throughout the pandemic, Farra has been serving dishes like squid salad with pickled ginger, salmon tartare with nori chips, dry-aged ribeye with jalapeno, and brown butter ice cream.

77 Worth St
New York, NY 10013

19. Nom Wah Tea Parlor

13 Doyers St, New York, NY 10013
A top-down view of a street with some tables and chairs set up on the road Gary He/Eater

Tables are out on historic Doyers Street, where Nom Wah Tea Parlor is offering takeout. All the favorites of the dim sum restaurant are available, including a slew of dumplings, noodles, and fried rice. 

13 Doyers St
New York, NY 10013

20. St. Anselm

355 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211

This modern steakhouse is setting tables out in its backyard, with butcher’s steak, fish, and steakhouse sides on deck.

355 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211

21. Gertie

357 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Squash toast and salad on colorful plates spread across a white table at Gertie
Squash toast and salad at Gertie
Alex Staniloff/Eater

Casual cafe Gertie launched a weekend “Summer Shack” in June that will be open every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout the summer months. The restaurant has a to-go window where diners can pick up cheeseburgers, veggies, fries, cookies, and cocktails, wine, and beer, and then eat along an open stretch of Grand Street that has been temporarily closed to cars.

357 Grand St
Brooklyn, NY 11211

22. Diner

85 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249

The classics of South Williamsburg mainstay Diner, including the cheeseburger, are available at outdoor tables. Nearby sister restaurant Marlow and Sons also has seats out, though that menu is sandwiches and snacks for now. First come, first served.

85 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11249

23. Black Forest Brooklyn

733 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
A big pretzel with mustard Robert Sietsema/Eater

This German biergarten with a great range of tap beers will be pushing tables out onto Fulton street for brats, hot pretzels, and schnitzels. The Smith Street location will also be open.

733 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

24. Peaches HotHouse

415 Tompkins Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216

Starting Tuesday, June 23, Nashville-style hot chicken destination Peaches Hot House will have tables outside for people to eat their takeout. The Fort Greene location remains closed, but other restaurants in B+C Restaurants remain open and will also have tables: Peaches Kitchen and Bar on Lewis Avenue in Bed-Stuy and Peaches Shrimp and Crab on Grand Avenue in Clinton Hill. 

415 Tompkins Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11216

25. Glady's

788 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Guyanese chow mein, jerk pork with steamed cabbage, jerk fried wings, jerk shrimp, and whole fish Alex Staniloff/Eater

This popular Caribbean spot will have tables outside for eating takeout jerk chicken, jerk pork, and peppered shrimp. Sister restaurant Mo’s Original in Prospect Lefferts Garden will also have outdoor seating.

788 Franklin Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238

26. Camillo