Restaurants prep for another snowy storm that could slow down outdoor dining

Restaurants across the city are open today, and have to prepare for another nuisance winter storm.
Outdoor setups are being covered at the Lincoln Station Café in Prospect Heights to protect New Yorkers from the snow.
There are also heaters to make it warmer for those eating in the cold.
Other restaurants are fully covered with makeshift windows to allow for airflow.
It won’t feel as cold as it does outside, but residents are still urged to bundle up if they are going out to eat.
Some New Yorkers could choose to wait for indoor dining to resume Friday so they don’t have to deal with the winter weather. When indoor dining does resume in New York City, it will be capped at 25% capacity.