New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez today took a major step forward to advance “Dining Out NYC”.
This past week we made it official: outdoor dining is here to stay. New Yorkers were hungry for an outdoor dining program that was cleaner, safer, and healthier.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today signed Intro. 31-C into law and unveiled “Dining Out NYC” — New York’s permanent outdoor dining program and the largest outdoor dining program in the nation.
This summer, head Uptown with the family for a diversity of dining options — plus a welcoming schedule of weekend fun — at the Open Streets in El Barrio.
Summer weather is here, and there is no better time to be on the streets of New York—especially at our city’s bustling outdoor restaurants from Harlem to Hollis.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced a new, multiagency enforcement initiative.
Uber Eats is unveiling a new outdoor pavilion that will help Harlem restaurants keep serving customers during the worst winter days.
Mayor Bill de Blasio joined the Department of Buildings (DOB), Department of Transportation (DOT), and the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) today to release thorough guidance for city restaurants
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced four more locations for car-free outdoor dining on weekends, expanding the popular Open Streets: Restaurants program to 89 streets citywide.
As part of New York City’s Recovery Agenda, Mayor de Blasio today announced the City’s popular Open Restaurants program.
Uptown’s Ydanis Rodriguez stated, “As someone who has been fighting on behalf of small businesses since the start of the pandemic, I am happy to hear that Mayor de Blasio will be extending the outdoor dining initiative year-round.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that more than 10,000 restaurants are now participating in New York City’s outdoor dining initiative, Open Restaurants.
East Harlem’s 101st Street will be transformed into an outdoor dining destination through a partnership between a neighborhood business group and the city.
Mayor de Blasio today revealed the first 22 locations for the expansion of outdoor dining options under an initiative that combines two popular programs, Open Streets and Open Restaurants.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced guidance for the City’s Open Restaurants program.