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Rochester aims to make outdoor dining more attractive

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This is the design chosen by area artists to beautify the concrete barriers used for outdoor dining in the Lilac City. Volunteers are welcome to help paint the many barriers.

And a brand new way to order food and support local restaurants is coming within the next few weeks, enhancing the city’s efforts to keep dining vital and easy.

By now, most people are familiar with the concrete barriers being used to help protect people taking advantage of dining in the streets, a tradition started last season during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Many people still feel safer dining outdoors, but let’s face it – while they help to keep people safe, those Jersey barriers are ugly. Restaurant owners have done their best to beautify the inside, creating a welcoming dining experience and next weekend the outside will get a facelift.

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