Manhattan Favorites For Dining Al Fresco

| September 11, 2012

Frying Pan
Get your sea legs on the 1929 lightship docked on the Hudson. The decor, burgers, and beers are nothing fancy, but the place can turn into quite a party when DJs rock the boat on summer nights.
frying pan restaurant
Frying Pan, West 26th Street, at West Side Highway (212-989-6363 or www.fryingpan.com).

Pure Food and Wine
Raw food was once the province of hippies, but Pure Food and Wine is positioning it for maximum hipster appeal. The space is lush and comfy but not fussy; the patio is stunning.
pure food and wine
Pure Food and Wine, 54 Irving Place, between 17th and 18th Streets (212-477-1010  or www.purefoodandwine.com)

Locanda Verde
Stop in as early as 7 a.m. for pastries and espresso in the cafe, which spills out onto the sidewalk. Go back for dinner — lots of antipasti (hooray for the legendary Sardinian sheep’s milk ricotta) and pan-Italian favorites.
Locanda Verde
Locanda Verde, 377 Greenwich Street, at North Moore Street (212-925-3797 or www.locandaverdenyc.com).

Morandi
We like Keith McNally’s Morandi for its breakfast bread baskets (overflowing with bomboloni), lyrical Italian chatter, and location (just off bustling Seventh Avenue South but still in view of the action).
Morandi
Morandi, 211 Waverly Place, between Charles and Perry Streets (212-627-7575 or www.morandiny.com).

Bobo
The first thing you notice about Bobo is the stunning and cozy design, done by Dekar. The bar and charcuterie tables are downstairs; the dining room and outdoor patio are upstairs.
bobo restaurant
Bobo, 181 West 10th Street, at Seventh Avenue (212-488-2626 or www.bobonyc.com).

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