“Piazza di Belmont” on Arthur Ave Brings Al Fresco Dining to Weekends in the Bronx

 

While restaurants along Arthur Avenue have already been participating in the outdoor dining options like the rest of NYC, a new al fresco dining plan begins this weekend. Bronx Little Italy has partnered with Sam Schwartz, former NYC Traffic Commissioner, to create their first-ever piazza-style dedicated al fresco dining plan between East 188th Street and Crescent Avenue from Thursday to Sunday nights. The plan incorporates health and safety protocols, six feet spacing between tables, signage for pedestrians, temporary street closures during the weekend evenings and more. Approved by the Department of Transportation, “Piazza di Belmont” creates a glorious, European-style outdoor dining experience.

During the weekend nights, the street is closed to vehicular traffic Thursdays to Saturdays from 6 pm to 10 pm and Sunday 1 pm to 9:30 pm. The street is open to traffic and parking for shoppers during the dayOutdoor dining continues to be available during the week.

Reservations are recommended, and a list of some of the participating restaurants is below:

  • Ann & Tony’s
  • Antonio’s Trattoria
  • Arthur Avenue Fiasco
  • Azgardz
  • Bronx Beer Hall
  • Café Nocciola
  • Cka Ka Qellu
  • Emilia’s Restaurant
  • Enzo’s of Arthur Avenue
  • Estrellita Poblana III
  • Gerbasi Ristorante
  • Gurra Café
  • Mario’s Restaurant
  • Mike’s Deli
  • Michaelangelo’s
  • Pasquale’s Rigoletto Restaurant
  • San Gennaro Restaurant
  • Tapas Italiano
  • Tino’s Deli
  • Zero Otto Nove
  • and more…..

 

For more information, visit www.bronxlittleitaly.com.

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