NYC Garden Restaurants - Dining in a Secret Oasis

NYC Garden Restaurants - Dining in a Secret Oasis

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It's the season of eating outside. From rooftops to sidewalks to gardens, there's a place to dine and swill wine right around the corner.

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    Try one of the authentic, thin-crust pizzas or rich lasagnas, paired with an extensive wine list, and finish things off with a homemade tiramisu or mille foglie topped with fresh seasonal fruit.
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    Sweet Afton is affordable and fun, with live music some nights and the famous mac and cheese with scallions, Irish cheddar, muenster and gruyere every night.
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    With its beautiful tiled floor and herb garden meticulously maintained by farmers from The Brooklyn Grange, this is the garden that transplants you from the busy city to the French countryside.
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    Start with the crispy, cheesy arancini and then dive into a homemade pasta, with choices ranging from fettuccine with mushrooms to pappardelle with slow-roasted lamb ragu.
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    Pok Pok recently moved up Columbia Street from it's original location to a larger space. The new garden is less of a garden and more of a patio, but it's still a magical spot, especially once the food starts arriving.
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    The Cleveland is also a foodie hotspot these days, ever since former Roberta's chef Max Sussman took over.
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    Back Forty hosts its infamous crab boils in the yard. The tables are covered in newspaper and buckets of spiced crabs dumped out in front of you. For $45, you get crabs, sides, pitchers of beer and fruit cobbler. A great deal and a great time.
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    Saraghina is located deep in Bed-Stuy and has made a name for itself there and beyond. Locals and visitors alike flock to it. There's delicious pizza and pasta, yes, but the garden alone is reason to make the trek if you don't live nearby.
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    The garden is enclosed by a blue grey wooden fence, evoking summer nights in the South of France.
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    The backyard menu is shorter, but includes trendy food items like housemade kielbasa with ramp kimchi, lobster roll with Bloody Mary mayo and blistered shishito peppers with furikake and yuzu.
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