If you’ve thought about stuffing a wool blanket in your tote bag or strapping a puffer coat to your bike rack before dining outdoors recently, you’re not alone. Ever since Mayor de Blasio announced a permanent extension of NYC’s outdoor dining program, many NYC restaurants have been making adjustments to keep you warm on their patios through the fall and winter.
Fortunately, restaurants are starting to use space heaters and heat lamps, while others are putting up tents and plastic bubbles to keep you from shivering through your meal. In this guide, we’re listing all of the spots with heat lamps that come to our attention so that you’ll know exactly where to have an outdoor dinner without your entire collection of Heattech.
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