From Pastis to Papaya Dog: NYC is Awakening

May 21, 2020, 1:25.32 am ET  

Pastis, Meatpacking District, Reopens, Pandemic, 2020

New York City restaurants and bars continue to reopen at a fever's pitch. Maybe because they know it's do or die. And the winners keep opening any way they can with inventive ideas for new cocktails to a good old fashioned hot dog or a dinner fit for a king. We stopped by Pastis in the Meatpacking district where one gentlemen said, "It's good to finally see a little life." Dos Caminos, a popular spot for people watching, is offering takeout and delivery from a window facing 14th Street. In Midtown, people were lining up for Papaya Dog.  I mean who can resist a hot dog with mustard and sauerkraut or sauteed onions. I was good for two.  At Fiaschetteria in the West Village, Lasagna Bolognese was on the menu along with Tuscan Bento Boxes. John Doe Bar & Kitchen is also back offering curbside cocktails along with things like chicken wings, potato skins, and fish & chips, while at Galway Hooker Bar (aka Public House), pub food and spritzers are available. The Clam is offering Cucumber Coolers, Lobster Sliders and Lafrieda burgers. It had a line out front, as did LelaBar next door.  We're so glad to see so many business, back in business.  It's starting to feel like New York City again! 

Dos Caminos, Meatpacking District, Reopens, Pandemic, 2020

Papaya Dog, Midtown, Reopens, Pandemic, 2020

John Doe Bar, Midtown, Reopens, Pandemic, 2020

Fiaschetteria, 7th Ave South, Reopens, Pandemic, 2020

Galway Hooker Bar, Reopens, Pandemic, 2020

The Clam, West Village, Reopens, Pandemic, 2020
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