New York City leaders kicked off a month of motivation for the struggling tourism industry Tuesday. The campaign is called NYC Winter Outing. Hotels, shows, museums and restaurants are all offering a unique experience for a fraction of the usual price; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.

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New York City Kicks Off 'Winter Outing' Campaign Offering Special Discounts & DealsNew York City leaders kicked off a month of motivation for the struggling tourism industry Tuesday. The campaign is called NYC Winter Outing. Hotels, shows, museums and restaurants are all offering a unique experience for a fraction of the usual price; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Alcohol-To-Go Still Faces Challenges Before Being Legalized In New YorkWhile Gov. Kathy Hochul is again supporting the idea to let bars and restaurants serve take-out drinks and alcohol-to-go, it's far from being a done deal; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Shop Local Saturday: Nick's BistroAt Nick's Bistro, "We're all partners in this. Every one of our employees is an intricate part of making this the success that it is." 
Record Number Of Eateries Participating In 12th Annual Harlem Restaurant WeekThe 12th Annual Harlem Restaurant Week is happening now, with more eateries involved than ever before. Some are even stronger now than they were before the pandemic. CBS2's Jessi Mitchell reports. Then, Nikoa Evans of Harlem Park To Park discusses Harlem Restaurant Week with CBS2's Dana Tyler.
Dining Deal: P.J. Bernstein's DeliA Jewish deli on the Upper East Side has been serving customers for 45 years. CBS2's Tony Tantillo stopped by.
NYC Residents Suing To Block Open Restaurants Program From Becoming PermanentThe debate over outdoor dining in the city is heating up. A group of New York City residents is suing to block the city's Open Restaurants program from becoming permanent; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
NYC Residents Sue Against Permanent Outdoor DiningA group of New York City residents is suing the city to stop the Open Restaurants program from becoming permanent.
More Chefs, Restaurants Pivoting To Pizza Due To The PandemicCBS2's Lisa Rozner got to spend some time talking to several chefs that made the pivot to pizza during the pandemic.
‘Good France Week’ Showcases French Food, Wine And More Throughout The Tri-State AreaThe French consulate in New York is rallying to help French businesses hit hard by the COVID crisis. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
New York City Wine And Food Festival Returns In PersonOn the road to reopening, the New York City Wine and Food Festival returns Thursday for a long weekend of tasty events; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Broadway Mainstay Joe Allen ReopensA mainstay for Broadway fans is back. The iconic restaurant Joe Allen reopened Wednesday; CBS2's Thalia Perez reports.
Newark, N.J. Holding Its First Restaurant WeekMore than 60 restaurants are offering special deals with fixed price lunch and dinner menus.
Garden City Restaurant Owners Pushing Back Against Orders To Remove Outdoor Dining Structures: ‘It’s Illogical’There's a showdown over outdoor dining on Long Island. Some restaurants in the village of Garden City are facing orders to remove structures put up at the start of the pandemic. Owners and customers say the timing couldn't be worse with COVID numbers surging; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Not All Restaurants On Board Will Upcoming Vaccine Mandate In NYCStarting next week, proof of vaccination will be required in New York City for some indoor activities, including going out to eat, but not all restaurants are on board; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Customers Line Up For One Last Meal At Iconic New Jersey EateryCustomers lined up outside the Fireplace Restaurant in Paramus, looking for one last meal after 65 years in business; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Restaurant Week Kicks OffMore than 500 restaurants across all five boroughs are participating.
NYC Restaurant Week To Start Monday And Last 5 WeeksCBS2's Lisa Rozner has more on various available deals around the five boroughs.
NYC Businesses Preview Special Dishes For Black Restaurant WeekIf you're looking for somewhere new to eat, there are some Black-owned businesses cooking up delicious dishes for Black Restaurant Week; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Alcohol To-Go Suspended In New YorkIt's the first weekend without a pandemic perk for many restaurants and customers -- alcohol to-go. The service was suspended suddenly on Wednesday; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Extra Restaurant Surcharges Added During Pandemic Could Be Here To StaySince the pandemic, you may have noticed an extra service fee added onto your restaurant bill. Those surcharges could be here to stay; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Barbecue Pop-Ups Raises Thousands For NonprofitsAs CBS2’s Cory James reports, a simple venture to raise money by baking bread turned into barbecue pop-ups that are raising thousands of dollars.
New Jersey, New York Continue To Ease COVID Restrictions On Road To ReopeningOn the road to reopening, bar seating is back in New Jersey, and in New York, more people can eat indoors at restaurants; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Outdoor Dining With No Traffic Available On Arthur Avenue In The BronxThe famed stretch of restaurants in Bronx Little Italy is once again open for al fresco dining with no traffic.
Connecticut Governor Signs Bill Easing Restrictions On Outdoor DiningConnecticut Gov. Ned Lamont signed a bill Wednesday easing restrictions on outdoor dining.

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