Best new outside spaces to eat and splash in New York City

Kick off a summer on a high note.

Rooftop bar deteriorate is in full pitch with copiousness of code new outward spaces to take in breathtaking views, sip anniversary drinks and shamelessly poise for selfies with a city skyline in transparent view.

Whether you’re seeking island vibes atop a Greek-influenced roof in Chelsea, wish to pig out on “The Gavone” breakfast in an mouth-watering Italian garden in Queens, or would suffer a fish taco cruise nearby a East River, there’s an outward mark for you.

Hayden Rooftop atop Hotel Hayden

(127 W. 28th St)

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Allora offer adult complicated Italian in Bayside, Queens.

Allora offer adult complicated Italian in Bayside, Queens.

(Allora Restaurant)

Greece comes to this elevated, island-influenced oasis in Chelsea with all-white decor, normal Mediterranean meze (small plates) and waterfront views of One World Trade Center. The roof seats 60 and boasts appetizers like herb-marianted feta, pressed grape leaves and hummus platters along with a anniversary summer cocktail list that includes a Basil Instinct, done with gin, cucumber, lychee and basil. Bigger bites, like grilled octopus, can be devoured during a hotel’s onsite Greek restaurant, Mykonos Blue.

Marina Cafe

(154 Mansion Ave., Staten Island)

This seafood establishment and party gymnasium has renovated a sprawling outward square space that overlooks Great Kills Harbor on Staten Island. And that includes a tender bar swimming in littleneck clams, oysters, jumbo pile crab beef and oyster shooters accessible on a Tiki Bar menu. The laid-back ambiance, with palm trees and colorful neon lights during night, is good for holding in views of a H2O with DJ-spun song on weekends, and a live rope each Sunday. There’s also Italian menu classics like arancini (rice balls) and a preference of pizzas available.

Little River Beer Garden is now open beside sister grill River Park featuring tender bar bites, splash and wine.

Little River Beer Garden is now open beside sister grill River Park featuring tender bar bites, splash and wine.

(Rebecca Sanders)

Allora Garden

(Located outward Allora Italian Kitchen Bar during 210-35 26th Ave., Bayside, Queens)

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This hip, complicated Italian grill in Bayside, Queens has launched a smart outward garden space buzzing with charcuterie, burrata and Detroit-style, deep-dish pizza. Chill out with a potion of rose´ — or a bottle for $40 — and don’t skip a equally appetizing brunch menu finish with playfully named equipment like a three-egged plate called “The Gavone” (Italian jargon for someone who cooking too much). Try new bites like a delicious “Cannoli” Salmon Tartare featuring a pasta bombard boiled and pressed with tawny salmon.

The Crown, Hotel 50 Bowery

(50 Bowery)

The lobster hurl during Little River Beer Garden.

The lobster hurl during Little River Beer Garden.

(Rebecca Sanders)

Savor Asian-centric sips in a heart of Chinatown. This airy, indoor-outdoor space with comfy, white leather couches and whitewashed section is a ideal ambience for colorful cocktails like a East India, with Fords gin, Pimms, lemongrass, ginger, cucumber and lime. Other seasonally-rotating drinks embody a Slush Cocktail with dragon fruit, papaya, lychee and tamarind. The roof facilities simple, light bites like chips and guac, and ceviche.

Little River Beer Garden, during Riverpark restaurant

(450 E. 29th St.)

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Picnic vibes and East River views make for a loose summer combo during Little River Beer Garden. Tom Colicchio only non-stop this casual, outward patio space adjacent to his fancy, farm-to-table grill called Riverpark in Kips Bay. Guests can suffer breeze splash from Long Island Beer Project, wines on tap, and cucumber lemonades. Expect shrimp; fish tacos; lobster rolls; and tender bar equipment like oysters on a half shell.

Bornholm

(138 Smith St., Brooklyn; open Fridays-only by Sept. 29.)

This Danish splash garden facilities 15 opposite brews, along with infrequent bites. There are homemade Danish sausages; chips and crispy pig skin; and a namesake burger, a thick patty of chuck, brief rib and hanger beef surfaced with remoulade salsa on a homemade brioche bun.

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