We've seen plenty of creative outdoor dining set-ups this year, but this just might be the biggest: Brooklyn's Industry City launched 12,000 square feet of outdoor dining last week. The communal outdoor seating will be stretched across three courtyards, with five "breathable" tents as well as outdoor heaters to warm you up from the winter chill.
“New Yorkers want to support small business and the hospitality industry as much as they can this season,” said Jim Somoza, director of development at Industry City. “They also want to have communal experiences in a safe and warm environment. We are uniquely suited to transform our courtyard space into a heated dining and drinking experience, essentially taking our indoor food hall outdoors."
Many vendors from the food hall are offering takeout into the extensive dining area, including Hometown Bar-b-que, Japan Village, and Big Alice Brewing. Check out the full vendor list below, as well as more photos of the space:
Big Alice Brewing
Ejen Korean Comfort Food
Frying Pan Brooklyn
Moore Brothers Wine Company
One Girl Cookies
Renegades of Sunset
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