DineOut nonprofit looks to redesign NYC eateries for outdoor dining

When New York City officials announced it would be fast-tracking applications for outdoor dining on June 19, Melba’s, a popular comfort-food restaurant in Harlem, was ready to serve 62 people three days later — its first-ever open-air foray. Owner Melba Wilson’s new seating arrangement — set up in just six hours — accommodates 17 white…
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