NYC Al Fresco Dining Begins With a Bang
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The outdoor dining area at at Doma Na Rohu on Seventh Avenue South is demarcated with lovely pots of early-blooming forsythia.
As early spring temps soared toward an unseasonable 80 degrees, restaurateurs across the city hastened to push tables and chairs out onto the sidewalk pavement to attract outdoor dining enthusiasts. And come they did, as nearly every outdoor seat this afternoon was taken. Making FitR wonder, How did they all get off work for such a long interval?
What could be more perfect warm-weather food than California-style tacos, burritos, and quesadillas, at Dos Toros on Carmine Street?
Ornamental pear trees burst into bloom on Waverly Place.
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