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Best outdoor dining and restaurants in New York City

Find outdoor dining in gardens, on decks and on rooftops with our guide to the best alfresco restaurants in New York City.

1/8

Alma

2/8

Barolo

3/8

Clemente's

4/8

The Farm at Adderley

5/8

Gnocco

6/8

Hudson River Cafe

7/8

Le Jardin Bistro

8/8

Shake Shack

Prime yourself for alfresco dining season with our top picks for open-air eats. (Or click on a neighbohood to find an outdoor restaurant near you.)

Alma

Up on the roof of Cobble Hill's upscale regional-Mexican restaurant, you'll find an inviting patio and gorgeous view of the Manhattan skyline.

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Carroll Gardens

Back Forty

Critics' pick

At this East Village seasonal-eats tavern, settle into garden seating for solid gastropub fare and exemplary veggies.

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East Village

Barolo

With a leafy garden this pretty, the regional Italian dishes and serious wine list don't have to be so good (but they are).

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Soho

Clemente’s Maryland Crabhouse

Enjoy Clemente's $32.95 all-you-can-eat blue-crab special (opt for a simple dusting of Old Bay rather than the garlic-and-oil treatment) on a deck overlooking Sheepshead Bay.

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Brooklyn

The Farm on Adderley

This lush, rustic space tucked away in Ditmas Park is a fitting setting for chef Tom Kearney's seasonal, ingredient-driven American food.

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Brooklyn

Hudson River Cafe

The cuisine is so-so, but the dramatic, urban outdoor space is not. Settle in for a drink, a simple snack and a spectacular view of the arched underpass of Riverside Drive.

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Harlem

Shake Shack

Critics' pick

Few restaurants can boast a city park as their outdoor space, and even fewer can boast of a better burger. The view of the Empire State Building is a welcome distraction from the queue.

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Hell's Kitchen

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