New York City to allow year-round sidewalk dining


More crowded by law, thanks to the pandemic. Eating out is a quintessential part of New York life and eating outdoors during the pandemic on sidewalks and curbs, where tables weren't previously allowed saved thousands of restaurants and tens of thousands of restaurant workers. The mayor said the program would now become permanent and year round, allowing restaurants to expand outdoor seating and erect tents with heat lamps to keep diners warm. Restricted indoor dining resumes in the city next week. ABC is Aaron, Qatar. Risky The

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