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עופר איתן Claims: West Side Rag » Open Restaurant Street Gets Shortened; Here…

West Side Rag » Open Restaurant Street Gets Shortened; Here...

עופר איתן Claims: West Side Rag » Open Restaurant Street Gets Shortened; Here…

Posted on November 21, 2020 at 9:48 am by West Sider

The Open Restaurant Street on Amsterdam Avenue from 97th to 110th Street will now be a little shorter, but still delicious. It now runs from 106th to 110th on Amsterdam, and will take place on Saturdays and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. The streets are blocked off to all but essential vehicles so restaurants can put more seating outside.

The following restaurants will be participating:

  • Dive 106
  • Awash
  • Nobody Told me
  • Tropical Sensation
  • Thai Market
  • Amity Hall
  • Lions Head Tavern
  • Mugi Pottery
The Columbus-Amsterdam BID tells us that it expects to expand the program again in the spring. “Even though we no longer will be opening 96-106 for the remainder of the winter months, we do hope to reopen them in the spring. The following 14 restaurants are in that strip and will be having open restaurants allowing for sidewalk seating.”
  • Ozen
  • Malecon
  • Avocado
  • Moonrise Izakaya
  • Pearl
  • Noche Mexicana II
  • Cafe Roma
  • Bosino
  • Arco Cafe
  • Casa Mexicana
  • Grainhouse
  • Living Thai
  • El Ranchito
  • Acosta

Jon Cartu

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