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Updated on 09.24.2020
Previously updated on 09.08.2020, 09.18.2020 —
First Published on 07.07.2020

This consistently updated pictorial will contain outside dining locations throughout North Brooklyn. Spots on Metropolitan Avenue, Conselyea Street, and Grand Street are among (but not limited to) those covered here.

The Grand Street BID has published a Dining Guide for their restaurants (Grand Street from Union Avenue to Bushwick Avenue).

The portion of Grand Street between Marcy and Roebling was converted to an Open Street on September 17, and will be so henceforward on Thursday thru Sunday from noon to 11 p.m.

09.23.2020 The Meatball Shop
09.23.2020 Sweet Chick
09.23.20 Casa Pública
09.23.20 Beco Bar
09.23.20, Pete’s Candy Store
09.09.2020 Bahia Restaurant on Grand Street
09.09.2020 Enjoying some rose as the sunset casts it’s rosy glow at Crystal Lake Restaurant on Grand Street
09.09.2020 Grand Morello adds its greenthumbed touch to Grand Street.
09.08.2020 Pates et Traditions on North 6th and Havemeyer
09.02.2020 Tacombi on Metropolitan Avenue
09.03.2020 Butchers Daughter front view on Metropolitan Avenue
09.02.2020 Butcher’s Daughter cafe view on Metropolitan Avenue
09.02.2020 Golden Years on North 4th Street they have additional outdoor seating in the back
07.10.2020 St. Anselm’s table on Metropolitan Avenue’s sidewalk, but there is more seating in their garden.
07.10.2020 Taqueria Diana on Metropolitan Avenue, before dinner service.
07.10.2020 We Got Company on Metropolitan Avenue has utilized the outside space of the neighboring Joe’s Auto Repair Corner
07.02.20 Lella Alimentari on Conselyea Street and Manhattan Ave uses dairy crates as a muse for an amusing barricade. Some are used as flower planters.
07.02.20 DeStefano’s Steakhouse on Conselyea Street has built trellis bordered tables. A charming and romantic form of social distance dining
07.02.20 Haab Mexican Restaurant on Leonard Street and Grand Street uses colorful tables and container gardens to invite their guests to dine along Leonard.

Author: Lori Ann Doyon

Managing editor, head writer, and lead photographer of Greenline | North Brooklyn News since October 2014. Resident of Williamsburg, Brooklyn since 1990.

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