Outdoor Dining Season Is Back: Where To Treat Yourself In Lower Manhattan

03/16/2021 in
Outdoor Dining Season Is Back: Where To Treat Yourself In Lower Manhattan

It’s been a long and difficult winter, but it’s just a matter of time until the March winds die down and last summer’s glorious outdoor season makes a return (this time with vaccines!). To guide you in your quest to dine al fresco, we’ve compiled a list of Lower Manhattan restaurants open for outdoor dining service. 

Here’s what’s on tap in the neighborhood.

Cowgirl Seahorse (259 Front Street)

George’s (89 Greenwich Street, photo above)

Inatteso Pizzabar (28 West Street)

Industry Kitchen (70 South Street)

MarkJoseph Steakhouse (261 Water Street)

Tajin (85 Greenwich Street)

Thai Farm Kitchen (21 Peck Slip)

The Lovelace (66 Pearl Street)

The Malt House Fidi (9 Maiden Lane)

Toro Loco (15 Stone Street)

Tacombi (74 Broad Street)

For other types of cuisine that are still being served in the neighborhood, we’ve compiled (and are constantly updating) this living list of Lower Manhattan restaurants so that you won’t have to scramble to keep up with what’s currently available.If we have left anything out please reach out via Instagram, Twitter or email.

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