Friday’s Headlines: Outdoor Dining Funeral Train Edition
Outdoor dining dies a slow death in New York City. Plus more news.
Proposed Outdoor Dining Rules Leave Diners Out in the Rain
Shed a tear for the sheds. Unless you like rain, that is.
Analysis: DOT’s Curb Management ‘Action’ Couldn’t Come Soon Enough
DOT and Mayor Adams on Tuesday released a 10-point curb management "action plan" full of plans to make plans to reorient curb space away from private car storage.
Outdoor Dining: What Will the April-to-December Program Look Like?
The race for outdoor dining designs — and warehousing them in the winter — is on.
Op-Ed: Seasonal-Only Outdoor Dining Law Doesn’t Work for the Industry
A bar owner tells Mayor Adams that outdoor dining must be a year-round affair.
Council Approves Diminished Permanent Outdoor Dining Program
It only took 18 months.
Council To Vote on Outdoor Dining Bill Next Month
The long-stalled outdoor dining bill is finally set to come up for a vote.
BREAKING: There’s a New Lawsuit to End Outdoor Dining
The pandemic is over, so should outdoor dining end, too?