10 Spots to (Literally) Eat Out in New York

Summer in the city is unbeatable, and many restaurants have built new outdoor patios to savor the summer and eat safely, at a distance. Don't worry, this isn't that Eat Out, but just a collection of the 10 best spots to eat out in New York.  Check them out!

Chef John DeLucie and lead pizzaiolo Erasmo ‘Mino’ Lassandro offer a tasty menu of wood-fired pizzas, pastas, free range chicken, NY Strip Steak, Atlantic Salmon and Wood Fired Rosemary Wings. They just unveiled a new rooftop with 26 seats in addition to having 36 seats on the sidewalk and 50 seats in their backyard garden for options aplenty.

Swing by Italy via Brooklyn with a flora and fauna decked backyard, where you can pair strong drinks and cocktails with burrata and pastas and the seasonal favorite cacio e pepe.

Brooklyn Chop House
Stratis Morfogen ensured Brooklyn Chop House was ahead of the curve with post-COVID tech and accommodation. Outdoor elevated patios over the cobblestone streets, plexiglass partitions from Avantguards, and a fully digital menu for sumptuous bites. And of course, dumplings!

With views of the Statue of Liberty, Michael Ayoub's wood-fired pizzas, salads and sandwiches are a treat to summers in the city. Plus, a happy hour with drink specials in their backyard in Greenpoint, BK too!

Jones Wood Foundry
Favorite pub fare like Scotch eggs and foie gras parfaits can be guzzled in the ivy filled courtyard in the classy and classic Upper East Side. Sunny days are forever.

Loosie's Kitchen
A colorful, family style California-inspired patio with plenty of greens and pots and plants serves up pretty drinks with fantastic mixology, and seaosnal favorite hearty American fare like fried chicken and roasted cauliflower with an array of beautiful salads.

Alongside a fabulous takeout menu with Greek wines and gourmet bites, Nerai owner Spiro Menegatos converted the adjacent plaza to a picturesque expansive garden patio.

This spot actually the food served, making sure the peas and beets and greens are as fresh as they get. Ideal for drinks, snacks, desserts and bites aplenty, akin to a fun, modern day picnic in a charming environment.

Sushi Lab
Intimacy at its finest. Hoteliers Hank and Brandon Freid took their indoor, intimate dining experience at The Sanctuary Hotel to the roof, which hosts an intimate max of 30 guests. Plus, inventive takes on sushi are always welcome.

Ten Hope Brooklyn
New kid on the block Ten Hope Outdoor Garden opens it's 2,500 square-foot vine-laced open air patio provides ample seating in a green environment with fresh air, fresh food and with entry from the street. Bites are global, as they should be, with Greek, Italian, Spanish and Moroccan influences to match cocktails, beers and wines.

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