There’s at least one closed street in each borough, including in Chinatown, the Theater District and along Arthur Ave. in the Bronx.
Another dozen or more corridors are expected to be added by mid-July.
The closures are generally one or two blocks long, and are in addition to the 67 miles of streets closed to vehicle traffic in residential areas under the Open Streets program.
Restaurants will be able to set up tables and chairs on the pavement on Friday nights from 5pm to 11pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from Noon to 11pm, throughout July and August.
The new Open Restaurants program on these corridors allows food businesses to to place seating farther away from the curb than other Open Restaurants participants, leaving the remaining street space be open to pedestrian traffic.
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Here’s the full list of Open Restaurant closed streets as of now. We’ll be adding new ones as they are announced.
Arthur Ave, from E 188th St to Crescent Ave
Dock St, from Front St to Water St
Main St, from Plymouth St to Water St
Washington St, from Water St to Front St
Anchorage Place, from Water St to Front St
5th Ave, from Dean St to Park Pl
Reed St, from Conover St to Van Brunt St
Doyers St, from Bowery to Pell St
E 101st St, from Lexington Ave to Park Ave
Gansevoort St, from Washington St to W 13th St
Ninth Ave, from 14th St to 15th St
13th St, from Hudson St to Washington St
Little W 12th St, from 9th Ave to Washington St
Broadway, from 25th St to 28th St
Orchard St, from Delancey St to Grand St
Broome St, from Ludlow St to Allen St
W 46th St, from 8th Ave to 9th Ave
Mulberry St, from Hester St to Broome St
Hester St, from Mulberry St to Mott St
Bell Blvd, from 39th Ave to 41st Ave
41st Ave, from Bell Blvd to 214th Pl
New Dorp Ln, from S. Railroad Ave to Hylan Blvd