Outdoor dining might be safer during the pandemic — but eating on New York City’s streets has its hazards.
Hampton Sheet magazine publisher Joan Jedell was having dinner with a pal on Madison Avenue, we hear, when “all of a sudden a drunk comes into the socially distanced cubbyhole and falls right on the table . . . All the food fell all over the place including the wine and everything,” a witness said.
Jedell told us of the unknown chap, “He seemed to be more of an Upper East Side drunk.”
Luckily, “the restaurant just cleaned it all up and gave us a new table setting and we started all over again. Nothing shocks me anymore!” she added.