Patio Season Has Arrived!

Patio season has finally arrived, and we are here for it! We have compiled a list of our favorite spots for dining al fresco in Seattle.

Café Campagne: Located here at the Inn at the Market in Post Alley, Café Campagne’s French bistro faire enhances their urban patio in the heart of Pike Place Market. Great for people watching and Rose sipping!

Bacco Café:  Offering al fresco dining on 1st Ave and in our interior courtyard this summer, Bacco Bistro offers breakfast all day. Great for mimosas and Dungeness crab eggs benedict!

Old Stove Brewing: Just steps away from the Inn at Pike Place Market, Old Stove offers an amazing view deck along with seasonal brews and food menu. Great for ferry views and good brews!

Maximilien’s:  Located inside Pike Place Market next to the market urban garden, Maximilien’s patio dining experience is not to be missed. Great for Belgium Frites and chardonnay all day!

Elliott’s Oyster House: A favorite on the waterfront with exceptional food and views. Great for oysters, sunsets and sea life viewing!

The Nest Seattle: Views on views, The Nest is perched above it all. Great for craft cocktails, date night and seeing as far as the eye can see!

Mbar: Located in the bustling South Lake Union neighborhood of downtown, mbar offers views of Lake Union water activities and delicious food and drink. Great for houseboat viewing, sunshine and Persian charcuterie.

The Fog Room:  Just a block from Inn at the Market, the Fog Room offers a unique urban outdoor space with dining and firepits. Great for uniquely named cocktails, bourbon nuts and S’mores!

Terra Plata:  Located in the vibrant Capital Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Terra Plata’s outdoor patio is a delight! Great for communal dining and brunch!

Il Terrazzo Carmine:  Possibly saving the best for last, this outdoor patio in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square neighborhood is a true Seattle treasure! Great for old-world Italian faire in the most beautiful romantic setting!