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Teddy Wolff
September 16, 2020
Lucali Is Now Taking Outdoor Dining Reservations & More NYC Restaurant News
NYC restaurant news you can use from the week of 9/14/20.

New Stuff Happening Around The City

  • Lucali in Carroll Gardens opened for outdoor dining last Sunday. There’s a patio where parking spots used to be, as well as a little backyard with potted plants and lights. You can call 718-858-4086 to make a reservation starting at 2pm every day except Tuesday.

  • The NYC hospitality industry is processing the news of indoor dining reopening on September 30th. In partnership with our colleagues over at Zagat, we published a collection of the restaurant community’s reactions to this next phase. Read their perspectives here.

  • For the first time in a while, you can now eat roast duck carved tableside at Hwa Yuan Szechuan. This excellent Chinatown spot recently reopened for outdoor service on East Broadway, and it’s a great place for an impressive eating experience with a date or your family.

  • This week, Le Bernardin announced that they will reopen on September 30th for indoor dining service between Tuesday and Saturday from 5:30pm to 9pm. Reservations are currently open online or you can call 212-554-1515 to book a table.

  • Public Records is selling some cool t-shirts online and at their spot in Gowanus. They’ve also been hosting a series of outdoor film screenings on Wednesday nights. You can book a table for this week’s contemporary dance film online.

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  • Starting September 16th, the online wine shop Parcelle is hosting a pop-up wine bar on Hudson Street in the West Village from Wednesday to Saturday through October. In addition to bottles and carefully curated wines by the glass, they’ll have snacks like tartare and ricotta. You can book a table on Resy by making a $5 donation to The Roots Fund, which benefits Black and Indigenous communities in the wine world.

  • Attention all those who like beer gossip: Evil Twin Brewing announced that they’re opening a second taproom location in Dumbo. It’s projected to open early next year. Their first location is in Ridgewood, and it makes for a great spot to hang out on a Saturday.

  • If you’re looking for a place to watch football that’s not the same place you spend the rest of your days, The Grand Delancey on the LES is now showing games every Sunday at the Market Line’s shared outdoor patio. Expect a huge range of beer as well as food and drinks from other Market Line vendors like End’s Meat, People’s Wine, Nom Wah, Slice Joint, and more.

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