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Expanded outdoor dining experiment drawing rave reviews

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jun 6, 2020
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP A party of three chose a table in the expanded outdoor dining section in front of San Francisco Kitchen, one of many downtown Nashua restaurants whose owners are by and large pleased with the expanded dining experiment.
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP A handful of Odd Fellows Brewing Company customers who took an early lunch last week would soon be joined by other diners taking advantage of the city's expanded outdoor dining initiative.
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP The bust of the late Nashua icon Larry Elliott, erected years ago in front of 188 Main St., has been outfitted with a mask to remind downtown visitors to wear theirs when they go into buildings.
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP A Stella Blu server heads to an outdoor table with a drink as co-owner Jeff Bois takes a turn seating guests who found plenty of seating options, thanks to the expanded outdoor dining initiative.
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Alison Silva, left, and Michelle Ferguson, who are nurses, were able to get a table to take a much needed break in their busy schedules with drinks and dinner at Stella Blu, thanks to the space created by expanded outdoor dining.
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Full tables and busy servers are gradually becoming more commonplace since city officials launched the expanded outdoor dining initiative two weeks ago. Most of these diners are customers of Casa Vieja Mexican Grill at 96 Main St.


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