Dining Al Fresco, NYC Style


By Arielle Pierre, Markets Media Life

Sidewalks in many neighborhoods of New York City aren’t wide enough for everybody to walk on, let alone dine al fresco. But give it a try — getting your grub on outside doesn’t have to be so terrible, and bus exhaust has its health benefits (OK, kidding on that last part).

Dining Al Fresco

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Let’s just say, you had me at frozen margarita. This is the prime destination for your 90 degree lunch date in Brooklyn. This place has even got a taco truck and tequila bar out back!

323 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn

Mamajuana Café

Woodside, Queens is the home of this Latin American and Dominican restaurant. Feast on during Sunday’s all-you-can-eat brunch with unlimited mimosa’s and the signature Jack Daniels punch.

33-15 56th St., Queens

Gran Electrica

Mexican-inspired Gran Electrica, located right under the Brooklyn Bridge, is getting tons of buzz. With an eclectic variety of options for both meat lovers and vegans, this restaurant is a great way to add zest to your night out. Need I say more?

5 Front St

Lolo’s Seafood Shack

Lolo’s staff refer to this restaurant as the place where the Caribbean meets Cape Cod! It is no surprise that the immensely diverse borough of Harlem hosts such an anomalous eatery for all to enjoy.

 303 W. 116th St  

Pok Pok NY

Have you ever had Northern Thai? You can try it in Brooklyn. Pok Pok has an appetizing menu, low prices, and a majestic location on the historic Brooklyn waterfront.

117 Columbus St

Dining Al Fresco

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