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Posted at 11:46 AM ET, 02/17/2011

Shedding the coat!

By Amy Joyce

The sun is shining, the weather is unseasonably warm, you want to head out. Coatless. In February. Here's how to really enjoy the winter pick-me-up:
Try one of the many great food trucks around town. Here are our picks for the most scrumptious. You may have to wait in a line, but hey, who cares? It's warm!

And you want to eat that food outside? How about trying one of these waterfront picnic spots?

Get a little crazy and whack some golf balls during your lunch hour at Hains Point.

We might be jumping ahead of ourselves a little bit here, but some of these spots might be smart enough to throw a few tables outside.
Finally, have you always wanted to go ice skating in short sleeves? Here's your chance.

In case you missed it, Monday's warm weather inspired us with a few other ideas you might want to try. Enjoy!

By Amy Joyce  | February 17, 2011; 11:46 AM ET
 
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