These Atlanta restaurants have winterized or plan to soon winterize their patios, rooftops, and decks so you can keep the al fresco dining trend going this season! Pull out your sweaters and get ready to settle in for a fantastic outdoor meal fireside.
1. Vino Venue
If only we could cook with half the talent of the head chef at Vino Venue. Think classic New American dishes, perfectly crafted. They’ve added a few quaint tables and chairs for a winter patio and just installed some firepits too.
Ponce City Market does winter so well. Their rooftop opens an ice skating rink each winter and heated pergolas and firepits abound.You can also rent their igloos for your family–there are family-friendly options, 21+ options that include a round of iceskating, and a 9 Mile Station option that includes full dining service for up to 6 guests.
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This Beltline favorite has to have one of the most inviting decks/patios in all of Atlanta, and in the winter time they set up firepits and heaters on their deck for you to cozy up by. They will also be bringing back their “Base Camp Tents” this year–reservation-only private, heated camping tents with tables, Turkish rugs, blankets, festive decor, and lanterns that are available for rent by the hour.
Gorgeous Gypsy Kitchen in Buckhead will have heaters and blankets available this winter if you’d like to enjoy their tapas and sangria on their gorgeous rooftop. Blankets will also be sanitized after each use. Make a reservation online for a hassle-free experience.
5. Nina & Rafi
A great place for Detroit style pizza and people-watching, and you can continue to enjoy the outdoors with their patio heaters. Need tips on ordering? You can’t go wrong with their meatball appetizer, their spicy Tony Pepperoni pie, or their cheesy bread!
Patio heaters and blankets will be available to guests this winter at Inman Park’s Hampton + Hudson. Settle in for a fantastic brunch, dinner, or round of drinks with your friends–their brunch hangover fries are especially awesome!
When the weather starts to get chilly, the first thing we want to do is make a beeline for Yebo Ski Haus. This newly reopened South African restaurant has set up its new digs in Andrews Square in Buckhead, and every winter they transform from Yebo Beach Haus into a winter wonderland. The heaters and blankets make the patio space chic yet cozy, and their inventive globally inspired menu never disappoints.