Mayor-elect Eric Adams shows off his dance moves

Mayor-elect Eric Adams appears to be having a good time before taking office in January.

After being spotted having fun at private club Zero Bond in November, Adams was seen over the weekend at Rosanna Scotto’s restaurant Fresco by Scotto, dancing outside with a group of people to the song “Native New Yorker.” from Odyssey.

We are told he was leaving the restaurant when he joined in the spontaneous dance party.

In a video posted by Scotto, the mayor-elect is seen smiling and applauding, surrounded by an energetic crowd as he shouts “New York.”

Reactions were mixed in the comments, mostly due to the crowd’s lack of masks.

“No masks. WTF,” one said. Another, “Masked mandates are for the peasants, not for the elites”. And “None of you had masks on when Covid and Omicron were running wild.”

Some were more forgiving. “They are outside,” one commented. “Dream dance party,” said another. And, “So many people are happy to have a new mayor.”

An Adams rep tells us, “The mayor-elect is vaccinated and boosted, and he was outside. He encourages all New Yorkers and visitors to New York to patronize our restaurants and stores to support safe workers, and to get vaccinated and boosted to stop the spread of COVID-19.

It wasn’t Adams’ first time on the lively Italian spot, a favorite of Katie Couric, Wendy Williams, Kelly Ripa and Donny Deutsch. Page Six spotted him there this summer, where he received a standing ovation from fellow diners. Adams was also spotted last week at former New York City Councilman Adam Clayton Powell IV’s Christmas party at Hidden Lane with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Nicki Minaj’s mother Carol Maraj.

He’s also been spotted at the Zero Bond private club several times, chatting with Gen-Zers like Dixie D’Amelio and hanging out with the likes of Nets star James Harden, La La Anthony and Paris Hilton. He told the crowd one night, “When I become mayor of this city, this will be the city where the nightlife lives and thrives. We’re going to give this city back what we know it is.

Adams takes office on January 1. He recently announced six new deputy mayors, including five women.

Colleen D. Ervin