20 Open Patios In Buckhead, Around Atlanta: List

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BUCKHEAD, GA — Here are a few restaurants with patios around Buckhead and the Atlanta area, including Lazy Betty, Hampton + Hudson, Jai Ho Indian Kitchen & Bar and more.

1. Biltong Bar Buckhead

  • Located at Buckhead Village, Biltong Bar’s Buckhead location features a large patio ideal for socially-distanced dining and drinking. Enjoy South African plates alongside their acclaimed selection of cocktails, like the Mai Tai made with aged and overproof rums, lime, curacao and orgeat.

2. Bocado

  • Guests can pull up a chair on Bocado's covered patio and enjoy contemporary, eclectic American cuisine from their rotating seasonal menu. The beverage menu features playful, classic cocktails, as well as craft beer and wine.

3. BoccaLupo

  • BoccaLupo’s covered outdoor patio is now open for dinner Tuesday-Saturday beginning at 5:30 p.m. with limited seating and safety measures in place in addition to continuing its takeaway program. Guests can enjoy a menu that ranges from playful, reimagined fare like Southern Fried Chicken Parm with creamy collards & mafaldini, to artfully refined staples and simple comfort classics, such as the extruded Black Spaghetti with hot calabrese sausage, red shrimp and scallion, or the Pappardelle Bolognese with American parm. The menu changes each day and is posted to BoccaLupo’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

4. Butcher & Brew

  • Butcher & Brew is an American gastro sports bar with two locations. The original, situated in Alpharetta’s Historic Downtown District, boasts an outdoor patio featuring seating along historic Alpharetta’s main thoroughfare. The second, which opened fall 2019, is at Halcyon mixed-use development in Forsyth County and features a covered patio overlooking Halcyon’s “Village Green” greenspace.

5. Fadó Irish Pub

  • Fadó at Buckhead Village recently unveiled an expanded streetside patio to complement their rooftop garden. Guests can enjoy the pub’s full food and beverage offerings, fans and TVs with audio in both outdoor areas. Reservations are not required, but can be made here.

6. Jai Ho Indian Kitchen & Bar

  • The modern Indian restaurant from Chef Anish Nair with French inspiration, Jai Ho Indian Kitchen opened in 2017 in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood and serves updated takes on traditional recipes to create authentic, delicious Indian food. The restaurant features an expansive outdoor patio that hosts live music from local artists on Friday and Saturday evenings throughout the summer.

7. Gypsy Kitchen

  • Gypsy Kitchen is a place where guests can transport out of the everyday. Their beautiful patio space can accommodate intimate dates, group dinners or casual meetings. They offer a variety of options from cocktails on the outdoor patio overlooking Buckhead to gorgeous indoor dining areas, as well as a chef’s table for a truly unique experience.

8. Hampton + Hudson

  • Inman Park's favorite community bar and restaurant offers lunch, dinner, brunch and late-night bites on their covered, outdoor patio. Come for their seasonal menu and stay for a few drinks and cornhole games outside. Dogs are always welcome to join guests on the patio, and when sports are on, guests can catch games on the outdoor TVs.

9. Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall

  • Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall is offering a takeout menu and outdoor seating in the Grove and patio, Wednesdays through Sundays from noon until 8pm. Guests can order from a to-go window featuring contactless ordering and payment options or order ahead for take-out or curbside pickup online at Electric Provisions here. A selection of beer, wine, and cocktails is available to-go for guests to enjoy in the Grove as well as family-style items from Electric Hospitality’s three restaurants.

10. Lapeer Seafood Market

  • A greenhouse-inspired, 840-square-foot outdoor patio with a glass ceiling and walls flanks the restaurant and overlooks a courtyard in Alpharetta City Center. Designed for year-round outdoor dining, the expansive and airy patio is temperature controlled, allowing guests to dine comfortably no matter the season. Guests are invited to order from their full dinner menu, available here.

11. Lazy Betty

  • Open Tuesday through Sunday from 7:30-10pm, guests can now enjoy an eight-course or four-course tasting menu with wine pairings available on a new patio. Featuring string lights, plants and artwork, the patio provides a socially-distanced al fresco oasis in Candler Park.

Plus, after a successful first two pop-ups, The Patio – a new late-night hangout spot from the team at Lazy Betty – is now taking place every Saturday from midnight to 2:30am. Chef Austin Goetzman dishes up fun snacks like Poutine with pomme frites and confit gravy and Lino’s Soba with shio pesto and tea egg, and cocktail aficionados Carl Van Tile Gilbert and Shannon Dunlap stir up witty, whimsical cocktails. The outdoor pop-up limits capacity for social distancing and tables are spaced six feet apart, among other safety precautions.

12. Le Bilboquet

  • Reminiscent of a charming European square, Le Bilboquet is located at the center of Buckhead Village, anchoring the upscale retail and dining development. Guests are transported to a Parisian sidewalk café with traditional French bistro woven rattan chairs and tables while they dine alfresco.

13. Le Colonial

  • With an elegant open-air patio, Le Colonial’s guests are invited to enjoy their favorite French-Vietnamese dishes while overlooking Buckhead Avenue at Buckhead Village.

14. Muchacho

The casual hangout and all-day place in Reynoldstown is offering a takeout menu and outdoor seating on their expansive Beltline-adjacent patio. The menu features guest favorites like Muchacho’s tacos, sides, toasts and specialty beverages, like beer, wine, slushies and bottled cocktails. Guests can take advantage of an on-site to-go counter and outdoor seating, plus online ordering is available through Muchacho’s website for ordering ahead and curbside pick-up.

15. 9 Mile Station

  • Located on The Roof at Ponce City Market, 9 Mile Station is a sleek indoor-outdoor, full-service restaurant specializing in delicious, shareable food. Offering sweeping views of the city, the restaurant offers more than two dozen craft beer selections, plus a unique wine list and classically prepared cocktails to compliment any experience.

16. Monkey 68

  • Located on a quiet street in Roswell, Monkey 68 serves up a diverse blend of Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese and Korean-inspired fare. The open patio features lush greenery and a tranquil waterfall making for a relaxing ambiance.

17. Nina & Rafi

  • On warm days, the restaurant and bar opens its expansive steel-frame garage doors to offer patio seating right on the BeltLine. While enjoying Italian comfort foods and famed pizzas from Chef Anthony Spina, guests can sip Italian beer and wine, cocktails and pours from the restaurant’s extensive Amara list.

18. Ponce City Market

  • Amid COVID-19, the community hub offers plenty of outdoor dining options, with outdoor food kiosks and many restaurants having their own dedicated patios, including Minero, Bellina Alimentari, Botiwalla and W.H. Fish Camp. Plus, PCM has added additional dining tables in The Courtyard and on The Yard, there are now socially distanced hangout diamonds so people can grab a bite from the Central Food Hall and enjoy a picnic al fresco.

19. South Main Kitchen

  • Located in the heart of Alpharetta's Historic Downtown District, South Main Kitchen serves fresh, elevated Southern cuisine matched by welcoming hospitality. The restaurant is housed in a historic building built in 1902 and features a large and inviting patio space in the alley adjacent to the restaurant as well as a rooftop balcony and bar overlooking downtown Alpharetta.

20. Yumbii Toco Hills

  • Opening this month in Toco Hills, the new location of Yumbii (2907 N. Druid Hills Rd NE) will feature a covered, 700-square-foot patio illuminated with string lights. Guests can enjoy Yumbii’s beloved menu of Mexican and Asian flavors on the patio alongside beverages like house-made margaritas, beer, wine and tequila.

This article originally appeared on the Buckhead Patch

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