The Chinatown Business Improvement District (BID) worked with DineOut to create a carfree multi-restaurant seating area on Manhattan’s Mott Street. The first community wide dining area, where multiple restaurants will utilize together the outdoor dining facilities, will be built on Mott Street between Mosco and Worth Streets, followed by a location in Queens. Mott Street from Worth to Mosco has outdoor seating for ten restaurants and over 100 customers who will be able to enjoy some of best Asian food Chinatown has … These installations have worked only because they were made with donated time, labor, and materials. In July, DineOut became a … The Rockwell Group, in partnership with NYC Hospitality Alliance and private funders, established Dine Out NYC this summer to design a modular outdoor dining setup. DineOut NYC on Mott Street includes outdoor furniture and our kit-of-parts to help maintain social distancing. Emily Andrews for Rockwell Group Alexander Avenue, in the South Bronx, is the fourth site with a DineOut NYC installation. 10am-10pm saturday & sunday Kamila Harris for Rockwell Group. The @dineout_nyc program by the @rockwellgroup in partnership w/ @nyc_dot and Chinatown BID @explorechinatown brings in a large investment of resources from the hospitality industry to the neighborhood. Thanks to DineOut NYC — a pro bono initiative launched this summer by architectural firm Rockwell Group, in partnership with NYC Hospitality Alliance — nine restaurants slinging dishes from Hong Kong, Japan and even Malaysia can all serve their food al fresco. The main thoroughfare of Chinatown, Mott St., has been turned into a multi-restaurant “dining corridor.” With over 22 streets currently closed to cars on weekends to make way for expanded outdoor dining, Mott St. in Chinatown is the latest to be totally transformed into an outdoor dining patio. On Mott Street between Mosco and Worth, rows of colorful pavilions line the sidewalk. 186 MOTT STREET (CORNER OF KENMARE) 646-559-4140 11AM-10PM Monday-friday. Mott Street, in Chinatown, was the first communal installation by DineOut NYC. DineOut NYC has worked with the City Department of Transportation and local Business Improvement Districts to identify the areas. Following the successful openings of our pro-bono DineOut NYC on Mott Street in Manhattan’s Chinatown, as well as in Jackson Heights and Elmhurst in Queens, Rockwell Group was approached by the Third Avenue Business Improvement District and The Bronx Community Foundation to partner on a community dining installation in the South Bronx. Now, thanks to the DineOut NYC initiative, we have an opportunity to dramatically transform and activate Mott Street through an exciting communal outdoor dining design.” 12 colorful, covered dining pavilions, featuring banquettes for groups of five, line the street, and tall planters filled with lush greenery separate guests from passersby and traffic.