Dogs in Outdoor Dining Areas

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A permittee who allows dogs that are not service dogs to accompany their owners in outdoor dining areas in New York City must post a sign at or near the entrance to the food service establishment with the following statement:

Companion dogs are only allowed in certain outdoor dining area(s) of this establishment.
Only service dogs are allowed in other parts of this establishment.
Your companion dog must be licensed and currently vaccinated against rabies to remain in the outdoor dining area with you.
You are responsible for controlling your dog at all times.

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