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For many us in colder weather climates, the coming winter will mean the end to comfortable outdoor dining. That will mean a tough time dining outside until the Spring.

But American Express is doing its part, helping provide outdoor “yurts” – heated private tents – for cardmembers.

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You must have an Amex in your Resy account to be able to book a Yurt and, importantly, Amex Platinum and Amex Business PlatinumĀ cardmembers get a 48 hour advance booking window. I just took a look and Yurt spots are already scarce so grab your Platinum card and take a look at the availability ASAP. The booking window started at 11am Eastern time today, Monday September 16th.

The restaurants participating in the Yurt promotion are:

  • Arlo Grey in Austin, TX
  • Bywater American Bistro in New Orleans, LA
  • Canlis in Seattle, WA
  • The Charter Oak in Napa Valley, CA
  • Crown Shy in Brooklyn, NY
  • Fairfax in NY, NY
  • Fiola in Washington, DC
  • Frasca Food and Wine in Boulder, CO
  • The Gret in Savannah, GA
  • Kann in Portland, OR
  • Lilia in Brooklyn, NY
  • Swift & Sons in Chicago, IL
  • Zahav in Philadelphia, PA

Let me know if you book a Yurt!

Full details are on Resy here.

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