In the past four weeks, 75 more local restaurants have opened since the city first allowed restaurants to open outside, according to a map showing the location of the reopened locations. In total, 276 spots are open for business, up from 201 at the start.
Among the newly opened spots are Old John’s Luncheonette at 148 West 67th Street. “They’re doing delivery, take-out, and have a handful of tables responsibly spaced outside,” wrote Alexandra, a fan of theirs. “They’ve been closed since March and only just reopened—we’re worried since they’re in a less-trafficked area. As a historic diner (and great pancake spot), really hope you can get the word out that they’re open for business.”
Daily Provisions, the newer Danny Meyer chain that opened on the corner of 78th and Amsterdam last year, also just reopened after being closed since March. On the first day back, they already had a line outside. Thanks to Keith, Deri and Joeanna for the tips.
See the full map here.