Photo Courtesy Le Crocodile

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The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

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The sun is setting later and spring is upon us. What does that mean for outdoor dining? Well, you can still expect heat lamps on colder nights, but as temps start climbing, you can shed your layers and revel in the feel-good energy of New York City in the late-stage of the pandemic—with the alfresco scene in full swing. 

As always, don’t let your excitement get in the way of the rules: Be sure to wear a mask as often as possible (especially when interfacing with servers), stay informed of specific restaurant protocols, and tip well!

From Greenpoint all the way to the Upper West Side, here’s a handy guide for where to dine outdoors. And if you don’t see your favorite restaurant open yet, you can always use My Hit List to stay notified about when it plans to reopen.

New on 4/19: Le Crocodile, Fairfax, The Fly, Little Frog, Faun, Market Table, Fausto, Insa, Cozy Royale, Sake Bar Decibel, Victor.

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