Slider photo Vanderbilt Avenue Open Boulevard, Brooklyn
Vanderbilt Avenue Open Boulevard, Brooklyn
Slider photo 34th Avenue Open Street, Queens
34th Avenue Open Street, Queens
Slider photo Arthur Avenue Open Street, Bronx
Arthur Avenue Open Boulevard, Bronx
Slider photo Minthorne Street Open Boulevard, Staten Island
Minthorne Street Open Boulevard, Staten Island
Slider photo 103rd Street Open Street, Manhattan
103rd Street Open Street, Manhattan
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New York City is open and there’s no better time to experience all our neighborhoods have to offer. From dining and retail to more space to walk, bike and play, the City’s open programs have something for everyone. Streets have been transformed into vibrant public space – come enjoy!

Thousands of amazing NYC restaurants have expanded their seating areas to provide extra space to customers with seating on the sidewalk or along the curb in retired parking spaces.

Dine comfortably outside as NYC reopens.

Find an Open Restaurant:

Ten multi-block corridors in NYC are open for outdoor dining. These locations may also offer cultural activities, community-based programming, landscaping and other beautification, and art installations.

Come out and explore Open Boulevards this summer!

Stretch out in extra open space – on the street! Many NYC streets are closed to traffic and open to pedestrians and cyclists.

Local communities manage Open Streets. Some streets offer a comfortable place to walk or bike, while others offer socially distanced programming.

Most Open Streets are open every day, 8 am to 8 pm.

Local arts and cultural institutions are hosting outdoor entertainment this summer. Be sure to get your ticket in advance for these fabulous outdoor performances!

Looking for more information about these programs, or want to get involved? Visit our programming sites for more details: