Patio dining isn’t just for the spring/summer. In fact, winter patios can be cozy, comforting + downright delicious. With the days getting shorter + colder, and especially in light of COVID-19, dining in an open-air space that is warm is a necessity + luckily we know of a few spots that offer patios that are actually quite warm. Check them out below.
- Atlanta Dairies (Cold Brew Bar, Three Taverns Imaginarium, and Wonderkid): Newly opened Three Taverns Imaginarium features a spacious upper patio with propane heaters and a lower patio with permanent gas heaters to enjoy your brews on. Wonderkid features an intimate patio with outdoor heaters to keep you cozy while you enjoy innovative cocktails. In addition, The Yard at the Atlanta Dairies offers an open-air liquor license, allowing guests to enjoy drinks from Three Taverns Imaginarium and Wonderkid (or coffee from Cold Brew Bar if that’s your thing) around multiple firepits and heaters in the spacious outdoor area.
- Miracle Bar Atlanta: For outdoor dining with a side of Christmas, check out Miracle at Wonderkid (also listed above), Miracle on Highland at The Brasserie & Neighborhood Café at PARISH right off the BeltLine, and Sippin’ Santa at Golden Eagle. All locations are sure to warm you up!
- The Lawrence: Located in Midtown, this eatery offers highly crafted cocktails, brunch, lunch, and dinner, all enjoyed better on their attached spacious patio with cozy heaters. For the perfect occasion, meet us at The Lawrence.
- Vinings Jubilee’s Paces & Vine: A perfect date night spot, Paces & Vine is a contemporary neighborhood restaurant featuring American comfort fare, fresh seafood selections, and an extensive wine list with something to please every palate. The restaurant features an elegant 40-seat patio, that has now been expanded beyond its fenced boundaries, featuring romantic string lights and a cozy fireplace.
- Varuni Napoli: Varuni’s charmingly secluded Midtown patio is perfect for a unique al fresco dining experience and complete with heaters fully equipped for the cold months. Patrons can delight in a slice of Atlanta’s best pizza surrounded by a beautifully, rustic old tree and ivy-covered wall.
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