Here are the Harlem restaurants now offering outdoor dining

Updated: a day ago

Fumo's outdoor seating now expands onto the street.

Phase 2 of New York's reopening, which includes outdoor dining, begins today.

As a result, almost every restaurant that can is opening or expanding its sidewalk seating and patio space.

To help you find them, here's a running list of Harlem eateries that are welcoming back customers with outdoor tables.

More are being added daily, so keep checking back.

From south to north:

Joy Burger Bar

East Harlem 1567 Lexington Ave at E 100th St

A true plethora of burger options.


East Harlem 1651 Lexington Ave at E 104th St

American classics like burgers, ribs and roast chicken, plus wine and beer.

East Harlem Bottling Co.

East Harlem 1711 Lexington Ave at E 107th St

Beer on tap paired with burgers, fries, mac & cheese, and more.


East Harlem 251 E 110th S between Second and Third Aves

Tapas restaurant helmed by chef Cedric Durand.

Mountain Bird

East Harlem 2162 Second Ave at E 111th St

Playful French with an ambiance to match.

67 Orange Street

Central Harlem 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd at W 113th St

Craft cocktails paired with spicy popcorn, truffle fries, and more.


Central Harlem 300 W 114th St at Frederick Douglass Blvd

One of the neighborhood's top spots for chicken and waffles, with a new outdoor space designed by architect David Rockwell.

Melba's has new seating designed by the Rockwell Group.

La Chula NYC

East Harlem 137 E 116th St at Lexington Ave

The tortillas–prepared from scratch right in the kitchen–are the perfect base for the super flavorful, Mexico City-style tacos.

Harlem Tavern

Central Harlem 2153 Frederick Douglass Blvd and W 116th St

Burgers, wings and more.


Central Harlem 2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd at W 117th St

Chef Serena Bass' popular Italian.

Le Petit Parisien

Central Harlem 151 Malcolm X Blvd between W 117th and W 118th Sts

A French sandwich shop that's a little obsessed with getting its baguettes just right.

Harlem Burger Co.

Central Harlem 2190 Frederick Douglass Blvd at W 118th St

Tasty burgers, chicken sandwiches, hot dogs and more.


Central Harlem 2211 Frederick Douglass Blvd at W 119th St

Chic spot with Spanish- and Italian-influenced plates.

La Diagonal

Central Harem 185 St. Nicholas Ave and W 119th St

Tacos and handcrafted cocktails with a focus on tequila and mezcal.


Central Harlem 196 Malcolm X Blvd at W 120th St

Italian comfort food and baked goods, plus cocktails.

Sottocasa Harlem

Central Harlem 227 Malcolm X Blvd between W 121st and W 122nd Sts

One of Harlem's best pies, with a puffy, chewy crust.

Bar 314

Morningside Heights 1260 Amsterdam Ave at W 122nd St

Babbalucci's sister restaurant with a mouth-watering pizza menu (plus more).

Harlem Shake's socially distant sidewalk seating.


Central Harlem 553 Manhattan Ave at W 123rd St

New American with top wines.

Harlem Shake

Central Harlem 100 W 124th St at Lenox Ave

Always-fun burger-and-shake spot with a retro vibe.


Morningside Heights 125 La Salle St between Broadway and Claremont Ave

Homey pastas and more.

The Craftsman

Morningside Heights 3155 Broadway between La Salle St and Tiemann Pl

Coffee, smoothies and cocktails.

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

Manhattanville 700 W 125th St at 12th Avenue

Destination barbecue.

Red Rooster

Central Harlem 310 Malcolm X Blvd between W 125th and W 126th Sts

Marcus Samuelsson's world-famous tribute to Harlem.


Central Harlem 331 Malcolm X Blvd between W 126th and W 127th Sts

Bubbling pizzas straight out of a wood-burning oven.


Central Harlem 2245 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd and W 132nd St

American, French and African influences combine at this corner spot.

Red Rooster currently has a few tables out front.


Central Harlem 2269 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd between W 133rd and W 134th Sts

Lively French bistro decorated with colorful bric-a-brac.

Ponty Bistro

Central Harlem 2375 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd at 139th St

Creative French meets West African.


Hamilton Heights 1600 Amsterdam Ave at W 139th St

Satisfying pastas, pizza and more in a mod setting.


Hamilton Heights 3431 Broadway between W 139th and W 140th Sts

Freshly-made pastas, salads, soups and more.


Hamilton Heights 3452 Broadway at 141st St

Oysters, ramen and craft cocktails.

The Grange

Hamilton Heights 1635 Amsterdam Ave at W 141st St

Elevated farm-to-table dining.

Lyn-Genet's Kitchen

Hamilton Heights 3473 Broadway between W 141st and W 142nd Sts

Health-minded comfort food.


Hamilton Heights 142 Hamilton Pl between W 143rd and W 144th Sts

Northern Italian paired with thoughtfully chosen wine.

Tsion Cafe

Sugar Hill 763 St. Nicholas Ave between W 148th and 149th Sts

Enjoy Ethiopian-meets-Mediterranean on the back patio.

Harlem Public

Hamilton Heights 3612 Broadway at 149th St

Standout fried chicken sandwiches and burgers like the Parmesan-crusted.

Bono Trattoria

Hamilton Heights 3658 Broadway at W 151st St

Crackling brick-oven pizzas and pasta.

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