New York Outdoor Dining Spots You NEED To Check Out
With recent events in the world, outdoor dining has been a way for Americans to get out of the house. Some restaurants have taken advantage and amped up their outdoor dining to attract as many customers as possible.
Ten Hope Outdoor Garden is the perfect escape to grab summertime dishes and shareable appetizers. The garden is a 2,500 square foot vine-lace patio that will keep you safe from the rain with umbrellas overhead! Both walk-ins and reservations are available and also serve brunch on weekends that include specialty frozen drinks and assorted spritzes. Take a look at the outdoor dining space and the delicious food here.
Going to Le Crocodile will make you feel like you are away at a beautiful French restaurant in a garden. The eatery’s outdoor dining has a retractable canopy just in case the weather is not cooperating and encourages customers to pay via a QR code located on their receipt. Le Crocodile serves dinner and brunch with plenty of French cuisine options. This outdoor area is the perfect place to get away, drink some wine, and relax from what is going on in the world. Make your reservation here.
Gitano Garden Of Love is an outdoor dining location that brings you to the Tulum Jungle in a 24,000 square foot garden in the heart of SoHo. Their ordering system is no contact with the help of QR codes to avoid servers and paper menus. Take a peek at their modern Mexican menu and secure your table here.
Beatstro! A BX favorite combines the Bronx’s rich hip-hop culture with food, along with an outdoor dining deck highlighting the female contribution to the hip hop scene there is no way you are leaving this spot unhappy. Unlimited Bomb Sangria, Mimosa brunch special, and a Boogie Down Burger… after hearing all that, you better be reserving your table here.
It doesn’t seem that outdoor dining will be going away anytime soon, but New York has taken advantage of the open areas and Bronx Night Market hopes to do the same soon! Our team is working diligently to create a safe environment for vendors, volunteers, and all attendees. If you haven’t already, make sure you and your foodie buddy are signed up for our newsletter to be the first to know when we open.