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Blume

646-981-0764

1652 Second Avenue

New York, NY 10028

Blume is an open-air, Austrian wine bar tucked below a sandwich shop on the UES. If this sounds familiar, you might also recall this spot’s Alpine-ski lodge alter-ego Hütte, which operated in the same space last fall. Now, the covered patio at Blume has pink and purple flowers scattered across the ceiling, rainbow-colored dining chairs, and a bunch of potted plants hanging on its walls just in case you forget which season we’re in. The huge wine list and floral details make this one of the more romantic outdoor options in the neighborhood, but you and your date can still choose to either keep it casual with a dozen oysters or go all-in on some schnitzel and few lobster rolls.

The covered patio at Blume has pink and purple flowers scattered across the ceiling, rainbow-colored dining chairs, and a bunch of potted plants hanging on its walls just in case you forget which season we’re in. So you should keep this Austrian wine bar in mind for a fun date or group hang. It’s tucked below a sandwich shop on the UES, and if this sounds familiar, you might recall this spot’s Alpine-ski lodge alter-ego Hutte, which was operating out of the same space last fall. Now that it’s warm out again, Blume is back with dishes like oysters, lobster rolls, and schnitzel.

This Upper East Side Austrian restaurant has one of the newer hidden patios on the list. So even if you pride yourself in seeking out hard-to-find outdoor courtyards, it’s possible you haven’t been yet. To get to the backyard, you have to go past their Schwaller & Webber sausage stand on the street, down a flight of stairs, through a dining room, and up another set of stairs. What you’ll find on the other side is a confusingly rainforest-esque wonder. We’d recommend it the next time you’re looking for someplace unique uptown.

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