For Whimsical Windows/Delirious Doors, we look for portals and such of interest - or maybe even historic. I was not able to attend this fine eatery in Manhattan, but the always lovely Patti did. This was taken at a table by the courtyard of One If By Land, Two If By Sea in the West Village. The history shows this restaurant housed in a carriage house once owned by Aaron Burr (famous for being an early VP of the us, and more infamously his duel with Alexander Hamilton).
This view is great, history, nature and great food (I am told :). I am unsure if my wheelchair might be accommodated and sure it may be too pricey for me - but this is great seating for dinner!