4 Great Outdoor Restaurants In NYC

Outdoor Dining in NYC has been flourishing! Numerous restaurants have been successful at creating little outside oases that don’t make you feel like you are eating on a NYC street. And, as the weather begins to change, many restaurants have even added heating lamps to their outdoor set ups. Keep reading to find out 4 great spots to try! 

Outdoor dining tables in NYC


Mr Chow

Mr Chow, the 324 E 57th Street location, has done a phenomenal job with their outdoor dining set up. They even brought out heat lamps! It almost feels that their outdoor restaurant section has always been there. The food and service are great! We would recommend this for any special occasion too. If you live in a Glenwood uptown or midtown building, this restaurant is located walking distance from you! 

A photo of Amaranth's outdoor seating
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Amaranth, located at 21 E 62nd St, has a true neighborhood restaurant feel with a great Italian menu! It is a small restaurant, which makes it great for a more intimate dinner. Make sure to try their Focaccia Robiola if you go! This is a walk away from our Glenwood uptown apartments!

A bowl of spicy rigatoni pasta close up.
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Carbone, located at 181 Thompson Street, has been a restaurant with a cult like following for years! Its spicy rigatoni vodka is one of the best pasta dishes! And, the Italian restaurant is perfect for the changing weather when you are craving a warm dish. Carbone is walking distance from our Glenwood downtown apartments. 

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Omakase sushi on a plate with green tea on the side

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Sushi Lab

Sushi Lab, located at 132 w 47th Street, is a great outdoor spot to try. If you have been looking for a new sushi spot, try this restaurant out! Especially if you like omakase. Take a stroll to Sushi Lab from our Glenwood west side apartments.

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