Your safety and wellbeing is our primary concern during these turbulent times. Midtown Crossing offers a full menu of indoor/outdoor dining options and a commitment to the comfort and well-being of all of our guests.
Midtown Crossing restaurants are working around the clock to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for those wishing to dine indoors.
Dine-in service is available at:
In addition to the four dedicated patios around the neighborhood, 25 bistro table sets have been added along Farnam Street for spontaneous outdoor dining. Simply order your food to go and pull up a chair at any available table.
Full-service patio dining is available at:
Self-serve tables are available in the following areas:
- On the south side of Farnam Street, from Leadbelly to Modern Love
- Turner Park Patio area, near Thirst Tea and ping pong tables
- Farnam Court area, near Cold Stone Creamery and Fashion Cleaners
Want to take your dinner with you on-the-go? Midtown Crossing restaurants can accommodate that, as well!
Take out is available at:
Read on for more information about current Midtown Crossing retailer offerings.
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