Outdoor dining will be suspended in the Big Apple starting 2 p.m. Wednesday, as the Department of Sanitation gave a “snow alert” in front of a looming winter storm that may dump in excess of 8 creeps of the white stuff.
The Sanitation Department extended the outdoor dining conclusion would go on until Thursday night — however cautioned it very well may be pushed back to Friday, contingent upon absolute snowfall and street conditions.
Eateries won’t be compelled to destroy their outdoor dining arrangements for this tempest, the office said.
However, diners are needed to take care of every electrical warmer, asked to make sure about street tables and seats, and urged to eliminate overhead covers.
Notwithstanding suspending outdoor dining to assist with their snow clearing endeavors, the Sanitation Department dropped substitute side stopping for Wednesday and Thursday.
The impermanent outdoor dining suspension comes two days after indoor dining was restricted in the city.