While dining in Seattle is pretty normal these days sometimes we all need a little break from routine. So instead of grabbing take out or opting for indoor dining why not check out a heated patio?

Here are 5 heated patios in Seattle worth visiting this month.

Brimmer and Heeltap


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Not only does this Ballard spot serve up a delicious menu full of local ingredients, but they also have a garden patio. It’s a beautiful spot to enjoy your morning coffee at if you happen to be in the neighborhood. Keep in mind this patio is only open in the morning, but that’s part of what makes it so special.

Where: 425 NW Market St
Hours: 7 am-2 pm daily

The Walrus and the Carpenter

If you’re in the mood for oysters then you have to go to The Walrus and the Carpenter. This spot has been a long time city wide favorite for small plates, seafood, drinks and more. Their covered and heated patio will make you feel like you’re in a cottage porch in the best way possible.

Where: 4743 Ballard Ave NW
Hours: Daily 4 pm-10 pm

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Harry’s Fine Foods

This patio brings the indoors out. You’ll get to have a chandelier lit dining experience while surrounded by classic metal patio tables as well as plants. Choose between small plates and larger plates full of local ingredients or head in on the weekend for brunch.

Where: 601 Bellevue Ave E
Hours: Monday-Thursday 4 pm-9 pm,  Friday 4 pm-10 pm, Saturday 9 am-10 pm, Sunday 9 am-3 pm

Stoup Brewing


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Stoup is unique in that your only seating option is outdoors. The brewery has a variety of tents, pods, firepits, and tables with heaters for you to choose from. There’s even a greenhouse that you and five of your friends can book if you feel like you want something more private.

Where: 1108 NW 52nd St
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 12 pm–9 pm, Friday–Saturday 12 pm–10 pm



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You can’t say no to a waterfront patio. Westward’s is a step above the rest as it sits right on Lake Union. You’ll get to enjoy waterfront views and fresh air all while being covered and heated. plus you’re dining on some of the city’s best food so you really can’t go wrong here.

Where: 2501 N Northlake Way
Hours: Monday-Thursday 4 pm-9 pm, Friday & Sunday 2 pm-9 pm

There’s something to love about each of these patios so be sure to treat yourself this month. And remember that while these patios are outdoors restaurants still require mask use and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for entry.