sidewalk cafes

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Gramercy »

Dunkin' Donuts will present its plan to Community Board 6 on Oct. 7.

Midtown »

The NYC Consumer Affairs presented a new interactive map of the city's curbside eateries.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Walks is scheduled for July 18, organizers said. 

Bed-Stuy »

The board approved applications for Eugene & Co., Pilar's Cuban Eatery and Stonefruit Espresso.

Central Harlem »

Business owner say they see a drop in sales and foot traffic whenever scaffolding is erected.

Crown Heights »

King Tai Bar will open soon in a gutted one-story building next to a community garden in Crown Heights.

Astoria »

The diverse neighborhood is known for its dozens of European-style outdoor eateries.

Long Island City »

A proposed zoning change would allow sidewalk cafes in special zoning districts where they're now banned.

Astoria »

There are more sidewalk cafes in Astoria than Williamsburg, and more are on the way.

Astoria »

The number of sidewalk cafes in Astoria keeps growing, disturbing residents' quality of life.

Midtown & Theater District »

Steak 'n Shake's bid for a sidewalk cafe was turned down by the local community board Thursday.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

A proposal by the Village Alliance would change city zoning regulations to allow sidewalk caf├ęs on Eighth Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway, and Sixth Avenue between West 10th Street and Waverly Place.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

The sidewalk cafe in front of Albert Hall Tavern has returned, much to the chagrin of some members of the community.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Community Board 4 says the Albert Hall Tavern has been illegally operating a sidewalk cafe for months, and risks losing its liquor license because of it.