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Bar And Restaurant Curfews To Extend To Midnight

The city that never sleeps has been a little sleepier over the last year, thanks in part to an 11 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants amid the...

The Irish Punt Has Reopened Just In Time For St. Patrick’s Day

It is almost St. Patrick’s Day again and, unlike last March, you can actually go out and celebrate the holiday this year! The celebrations will be...

Indoor Dining In NYC Expanding To 50% Capacity

With Covid-19 hospitalizations on the decline, Governor Cuomo announced on Wednesday that starting March 19, capacity for indoor dining in New York...

Guinness And Shepherd’s Pie Await At The Full Shilling, Now Open For Indoor Dining

Irish bar and restaurant The Full Shilling (160 Pearl Street) has returned for indoor dining. Known for its old-world ambience — the 101-year-old...

Pho-nomenal News: Vietspot Is Back Open For Indoor Dining

Here’s some pho-nomenal news: Casual Vietnamese eatery Vietspot is back open for indoor dining. Vietspot, at 99 Nassau Street, Suite C, has...

Indoor Dining At The Beekman Returns With Cocktails, Tasting Menus

The pandemic winter doldrums are unmistakably upon us, but it’s a scientific fact that they can be soothed by a leisurely multi-course meal, or...

Crown Shy Readies Indoor Dining Service

Crown Shy (70 Pine Street) has thankfully stayed open during the pandemic, providing takeout and delivery as well as outdoor seating via its 10...

Indoor Dining In NYC Scheduled To Return

UPDATE, Wednesday, March 10: Cuomo has expanded indoor dining to 50% capacity, starting March 19.UPDATE, Monday, February 8: Cuomo has announced...

Dine Out Early: Bars, Restaurants To Close At 10p Starting Friday

Better move up your dinner plans: bars and restaurants in New York State must close by 10p starting Friday, part of new restrictions Governor Cuomo...

Attention, Restaurant Owners: A Webinar On Indoor-Dining Guidelines

Beginning September 30 the city will allow restaurants to have indoor dining with a reduced capacity and strict guidelines. The NYC Department of...