sidewalk cafes

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Astoria »

Readers respond to a recent story over whether the neighborhood has too many outdoor eateries.

Ditmars »

A restaurant's application for sidewalk seating has reignited a debate about Astoria's outdoor eateries.

Midtown »

Find the places where you can dine outdoors this weekend.

Gramercy »

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

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 cafés on Eighth Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway, and Sixth Avenue between West 10th Street and Waverly Place.