L.A.'s growing sausage stampede finally makes its way to a Patina restaurant.
Toiling in the dirt is now an acceptable form of "professional development."
Plus: they're adding sangria pitchers to the menu.
We double Huff Po's suggestions for great outdoor drinking.
The LES po'boy purveyor is expanding to Brooklyn.
Let the outdoor-lunching-while-pretending-we're-in-France begin!
It's going to be this weekend's go-to destination, so you may as well know where to eat once you get there.
You can drink Sixpoint in cans and wine on tap until midnight!
Lobster rolls too hoity-toity for Fort Greene?
It comes with bacon and date and beef tongue skewers for two bucks. And then there's the booze!
Another outdoor lunch option for the financial district.
At its first Summer Sunday Picnic.
A reverse bridge-and-tunnel commute for the Belgian waffles truck.
Plus: ice-cream sodas from P&H and La Newyorkina, Maryland crab cakes, and more at the New Amsterdam Market.
The new parklet at Crepe House takes up like three parking spaces.
Finger on the Pulse's barbecues are back, and Mister Sunday comes to Gowanus Grove.