Here are 10 of the best heated patios in Seattle to check out
Ah yes, the cold is setting in. But that doesn’t mean that we all have to hunker down. Because chances are, you still want to enjoy some local eats. So with that in mind, we thought we’d check out some of the city’s best-winterized patios. So here are 10 of the best-heated patios in Seattle.
This Capitol Hill favorite has covered outdoor dining on their front patio. But keep in mind these tables are limited. However, you can still snag an outdoor spot from breakfast to dinner depending on what you’re in the mood for. So don’t miss out!
Where: 1525 10th Ave
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 am-9 pm, Friday & Saturday 9 am-9 pm, Sunday 9 am-3 pm
This our favorite spot for authentic Oaxacan eats. And they just so happen to have one of Seattle’s best patios. Not to mention we’re big fans of their delicious drinks. So head here if you’re looking for some great eats, drinks, and of course a covered patio.
Where: 422 E Pine St
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 5 pm-10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 5 pm-11 pm
This Ballard spot has a beautiful back patio and garden area that just so happens to be covered. So if you’re looking to enjoy a delicious menu with PNW ingredients this spot is a great choice. And you can’t beat garden dining.
Where: 425 NW Market St
Hours: Thursday-Sunday from 4 pm-9 pm
This has to be our favorite spot to grab oysters and other amazing seafood-centric dishes. And now you can enjoy all that in a new experience at Camp Walrus. So you can enjoy dining in a new tented and COVID-19 safe way.
Where: 4743 Ballard Ave NW
Hours: Daily 4 pm-9 pm
This newcomer has quickly become a favorite in Seattle. And now you can enjoy outdoor dining in a tent style patio space. Not to mention, you can also get a fleece blanket if you’re feeling really chilly. And don’t worry, they’re washed between uses.
Where: 2524 Beacon Ave S
Hours: Lunch Wednesday-Saturday 11 am-2 pm, Dinner Wednesday-Saturday 4 pm-9 pm
If you want to go big with your outdoor dining experience then we recommend heading to Rhein Haus. Because they have multiple heaters and outdoor TV’s. So you can enjoy your eats and sports game if you’re into that sort of thing.
Where: 912 12th Ave
Hours: Monday-Saturday 4 pm-11 pm, Sunday 9:30 am-11 pm
This newish spot from Renee Erickson is located along the Burke Gilman trail and has a fully enclosed and heated patio. Which makes it the perfect place to stop by if you’re on a bike ride or walk. Or if you happen to live in the area.
Where: 3600 NE 45th St
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 5 pm-9 pm
This spot has a delicious and diverse menu full of must-try dishes. And they just so happen to have a great patio area for all of your outdoor dining needs. So if you’re located in Leschi you need to stop by Meet The Moon.
Where: 120 Lakeside Ave
Hours: Monday-Friday 11 am-8:30 pm, Saturday & Sunday 10 am-8:30 pm
This spot is a Seattle favorite for Vietnamese cuisine and specifically Pho. So if you’re in the mood you should check out their patio at U Village. Because you’ll be able to have a delicious bowl of soup on a great outdoor patio.
Where: 2685 NE 46th Street
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 am-9 pm, Friday & Saturday 11 am-10 pm
And finally, if you’re in the mood for Thai you can head to this amazing Belltown spot that has a patio and sidewalk seating. So you can have the best of both worlds while enjoying some delicious and authentic eats. And you might even just end up with some leftovers.
Where: 2319 2nd Ave
Hours: Lunch: Monday-Friday 11 am-3 pm, Dinner: Monday-Thursday 4 pm-12 am, Friday 4 pm-2 am, Saturday 12 pm- 2 am, Sunday 12 pm-11 pm
Well folks that’s what we have when it comes to heated patios in Seattle. And while a lot of these patios might not be your “normal” patios they will certainly provide a unique dining experience. After all, what is “normal” these days? Have fun out there Seattle!