No lie it’s hot out there, folks. But, when the sun dips down and the temperature cools off, you’ve now a few more options in Lower Manhattan for outdoor-dining service. Here are the latest establishments to break out the glassware and umbrellas on the sidewalks of New York City.
—A newly-launched lobster-shack menu accompanies the patio at Seamore’s (Brookfield Place, 250 Vesey Street), open every day 12–9p
—The terrace at Le District’s Liberty Bistro & Le Bar (Brookfield Place, 225 Liberty Street) is open Mondays to Wednesdays 3p–9p, Thursdays 3p–10p, Fridays 12p–11p; Saturdays 11a–11p and Sundays 11a–9p.
—Tartinery’s The Shack (North Cove Marina at Brookfield Place, 250 Vesey Street) has light and refreshing summer meals like smashed avocado toast and smoked salmon tartine. Open every day 11a–9p.
—James Kent’s celebrated bistro Crown Shy (70 Pine Street) has reservations available for outdoor dining Tuesdays to Saturdays, 5p–9p.
—Wolfgang Puck’s CUT New York City (Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, 99 Church Street, above) has its summer menu ready with items like its Smokey Caesars Salad and Summer Truffle Fries. Service is available Tuesdays to Saturdays 5:30p–9:30p.
For other types of cuisine that are still being served in the neighborhood, we’ve compiled (and are constantly updating) this list of Lower Manhattan restaurants so that you won’t have to scramble to keep up with what’s currently available.
photo: CUT New York City