NEW YORK The New York City mayor’s office on Monday introduced a new rule that will extend the outdoor dining season at restaurants and cafes throughout the city. The new rule would allow restaurateurs to install approved portable natural gas heaters in licensed sidewalk cafes and restaurants so they can keep those establishments open longer as fall and winter approach.According to NYC & Company, the city’s official marketing and tourism organization, outdoor dining is at an all-time ...
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