The views from Downtown Pier 17 to The Fulton are breathtaking for both tourists and New Yorkers, and are even more enjoyable with a drink and delicious seafood. Many of Fulton's outdoor areas offer stunning views of the East River, the Brooklyn shorelines, and the bridge that leads there. Red Hook is one of New York's most beautiful waterfront neighborhoods, and Brooklyn Crab stands out among its many restaurants. It spans three floors with outdoor seating everywhere.
Choose your altitude and dive into scrumptious crustaceans, bivalves, and other sea creatures. Bandits evokes the style of the 70s in its 32-seat interior, and has space for 30 more outside, in one of the most elegant street sheds in New York. Enjoy four types of tots, a wedge salad, melted tuna with chickpeas, and lots of drinks. What looks like an alley in a picturesque neighborhood turns into a beautiful garden set apart from the bustling West Village beyond.
The garlands of lights, the lush vines, and the floral details give this 20-year-old Italian restaurant a touch of a fairytale in the city. The worst-kept “secret garden” on the Lower East Side is a must-visit for outdoor dining. Antique furniture, from wicker chairs to “wedding banquet” tables, creates a charming backdrop as you savor the daily curry or whatever Thai treat Wayla has in store to brighten up your day. Café Spaghetti's backyard is where you'll want to be. The front yard is also very nice.
Modeled after Cologne's famous Brauhäuser (beer restaurants), Loreley Beer Garden offers an outdoor beer garden experience. Think of beer from the oldest brewery in the world, alcoholic hot chocolate, spiked eggnog, giant pretzels, and a heated garden that looks like a real winter wonderland. There's no doubt that you'll want to sit on the brick-framed patio of this warm Italian restaurant in Williamsburg, where veteran chef Gary Tackett's homemade pasta is a specialty. Don't leave without the ammazzacaffe of the same name, or a coffee remover, a shot of bitterness or something just as energizing to soften the caffeine effect. It's hard to emulate the cozy charm of Red Hook Tavern's main dining room, but its outdoor dining setup looks very similar, with beautifully decorated rugs, ambient lighting, and abundant fresh flora and fauna surrounding it.
In good weather, who wouldn't want to enjoy their prized hamburger and a glass of wine outdoors? The 10 Best Picnic Spots in New York Enjoy this ultra-modern dining experience in the Seaport District, which includes 28 small personal gardens in the warmer months or personal rooftop huts during the winter. This socially distant gastronomic retreat has some of the best views of the city's Lower Manhattan, not to mention an outstanding cocktail menu. We love the summer atmosphere of small gardens, but we also love the dining cabins, which can accommodate up to 10 people and include cozy and comfortable banquet seating, a virtual fireplace, electric heating and more. Guests can relax at Lucciola with an intimate, bubbly dining experience consisting of a transparent 15 x 15-foot tent that is waterproof and windproof. Can we recommend the caccio e pepe spaghetti with truffle? You won't regret it. Ten Hope's outdoor garden patio in Williamsburg is an ideal place to enjoy gnocchi with squid ink, a juicy 10-ounce hamburger or a kofta burger accompanied by one of their specialty cocktails such as Tod's Hot Date (a hot punch with brandy, date molasses, lemon and cloves) or Cran-Apple Mule (vodka, fresh apple cider, ginger beer, blueberry, orange bitters).
Looking for dinner with a view? Check out this spot in Long Island City which has 34 heated greenhouses overlooking the East River. Each one can accommodate up to six people so that you and your group can safely enjoy contemplating the Manhattan skyline while tasting grilled scallops steak with French fries and wild mushroom risotto. The family-owned Italian restaurant in Soho keeps diners comfortable with greenhouse-style “Soho Cottages” that are adorned with exaggerated floral installations Bluetooth speakers adjustable heaters and small firefly-shaped lamps. This West Village Japanese restaurant specializes in open temaki rolls and has an outdoor seating area at the front of the restaurant with lush plants acting as a barrier between tables and cozy candles at each table. As it turns out you can find great outdoor dining options everywhere - from Bed-Stuy cafes to SoHo hotspots to New York institutions. Without a doubt one of the most creative restaurants on this list is this outdoor restaurant afloat on the Hudson River.
Sit in your outdoor living area surrounded by twinkling lights and feast on Buon Giorno Pizzae with mozzarella smoked ham mushrooms truffle cream eggs with sunny side up or pancakes and ice cream. Here you'll find seasonal greenery infrared thermal lamps sheepskin blankets wrap-around stools to keep guests cozy warm and comfortable as they dine under New York sky. It's not a bad way to enjoy outdoor life in Manhattan something that this restaurant pays homage to with its name - a poetic nod to linden trees that line streets of New York. One of most difficult tables to get in whole city has presented new patio for outdoor dining with capacity for 32 people full bar access to full menu. This Hamilton Heights brewery opened its doors during pandemic but has since been popular with locals thanks to excellent selection of draft beers tasty dishes heated outdoor dining booths in front of restaurant. The Brasserie Le Crocodile at Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg has brought classic full-service restaurant experience open air offers brasserie menu hotel's adjoining outdoor gardens retractable roofs heaters throughout space. Located Williamsburg's Domino Park this seasonal taqueria takes outdoor dining on New York patio next level Aurora's Italian restaurant Williamsburg Brooklyn open...