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Alice Waters is a fan of the move.
The garden is open now, but the food and drinks won't be served for another week.
The city's only rooftop drinking establishment is reborn.
The patio will be home to a new chef's table, where Joe Cicala will host limited seating dinners out doors.
The glass screen is capable of withstanding 150-mile-per-hour winds.
Season two of the acclaimed riverfront hang brings a bunch of big changes.
It's part of a big revamp of the Renoir Hotel, by the Viceroy group, at 7th and Market.
Wednesdays this season will be a "wild card" day, bringing a mixed bag of mobile vendors to the park each week.
Unscrupulous restaurateurs have been put on notice about their freedom-impeding outdoor seating.
And there will likely be tacos.
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Plus Federal Donuts on "The Chew"; and Pub & Kitchen reopens.
The weather is gorgeous, go outside.
Councilman Jose Huizar thinks both sides will benefit from a little compromise.
The patio will debut as soon as the weather warms up.
Truckers will be rolling up on the concrete oasis every Wednesday and Friday.
It's a little French cafe and bistro, with an upstairs deck.
Finally, some good news for Atlantic City.
ZBA finally signed of on owner John Longacre's plans for outdoor dining.
The enchanting alleyway has been at the center of a fight between its cafe-owners and the family behind The Los Angeles Theatre.