With New York City’s indoor dining ban taking effect this week due to the government’s COVID-19 related restrictions, restaurant businesses across the city are going to suffer, and we’re already seeing a number close down.
This also means that consumers who want to be able to dine out safely, will now have a very limited number of kosher places where they can do so.
The following kosher restaurants across the 5 boroughs have outdoor spaces, with heating, allowing for some level of dining without freezing your tuchus off this winter. (Note: every environment is different and not necessarily any different than eating indoors in certain instances. People need to make their own judgement call on this matter.)
Additionally, these businesses may be closed for in-restaurant dining during inclement weather. Check with the restaurant before making the trip.
|Amsterdam Burger||Upper West Side|
|My Most Favorite Food||Upper West Side|
|Noi Due||Upper West Side|
|Rothschild TLV||Upper East Side|
|Talia’s Steakhouse||Upper West Side|
|Thyme & Tonic||Upper West Side|
|Wall Street Grill||Financial District|
|Wolf & Lamb`||Midtown|
|Abe’s Corner||Crown Heights|
|Bison & Bourbon||Gowanus|
|Boeuf & Bun||Crown Heights|
|Izzy’s BBQ||Crown Heights|
|Main House||Mill Basin|
|Elite Cafe||Kew Gardens Hills|
|Hapisgah||Kew Gardens Hills|
Please let us know if any are missing from this list.