The ideal dining places for outside dining close to New York City

For New Yorkers craving social distance from the town by itself, get absent safely and securely to a person of these area dining places.

The eateries boasting ample out of doors dining, a unique transform of scenery and crave-worthy autumnal bites.

The Catskills | Substantial Voltage Café & Creek Bar

High Voltage Cafe and Creek Bar
Jason Thomson

Adhere to a route earlier the garden into the wooded glen behind Substantial Voltage Café in the sleepy Catskills town of Mountain Dale for barbecue and craft brews at the recently mounted Creek Bar. With a constellation of string lights in the trees overhead, sheepskin rugs strewn about logs, picnic tables and a vintage trailer converted into a cocktail bar, the vibe is all bohemian magic — in particular with the babbling creek and kielbasas sizzling on the smoker.

47 Primary St., Mountain Dale, NY 845-693-4115 

The Hamptons | Sel Rrose

Sel Rrose
Jared Tredly

Trendy Decreased East Side cocktail and oyster bar Sel Rrose has outfitted its Montauk outpost with a beachy yard gravel backyard crawling with pale pink rose bushes, stylish vintage rattan armchairs and a prim white lattice wall with a riot of blushing bouquets and greenery. It’s a dreamy seaside placing to dish on your favored evergreen staples, from frosé to lobster rolls with truffle fries. As the weather conditions cools, indoor eating is also an option.

4 S. Elmwood Ave, Montauk, NY 631-668-8218

The Hudson Valley | Las Mañanitas

Las Mananitas
Las Mananitas

With a sprawling grassy lawn and tiered flagstone patio perched higher above the East Branch Reservoir, Las Mañanitas is a festive destination cafe for upscale Mexican cuisine in the Hudson River Valley. Tuck into a table on the garden for the purple snapper Veracruz paired with a margarita and soak up the contemporary air and panoramic sights of rolling environmentally friendly hills.

1250 Route 22, Brewster, NY 845-279-4646

The Jersey Shore | The Seafarer

The Seafarer

Situated on Baker’s Marina in the Highlands with sights stretching across Sandy Hook Bay to the New York Town skyline, The Seafarer is a funky, family members-owned waterfront tiki bar with dockside picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, fire pits and a stable lineup of reside musicians. The on-web page Area Smoke BBQ food stuff truck turns out everything from St. Louis ribs to grilled community clams. With your toes in the sand and a Dim & Stormy cocktail in hand, you might just feel like you are in the Florida Keys, even for a second.

1 Atlantic St., Highlands, NJ [email protected]

This story appeared in the New York Post print editions on July 31.

Brenda J. Quinlan

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