Food & Drink

The Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Bars and Restaurants in NYC

Published On 09/04/2015 Published On 09/04/2015

There's absolutely no reason to spend any part of the summer inside your apartment (as tempting as all of Dawson's Creek streaming on Hulu may be), so make a commitment right now to get outside whenever you can. To do that in the best possible ways, use our ultimate guide to eating and drinking outside in NYC. Rooftop bars are just the start...

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