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    Stay Warm At These Heated Nashville Restaurant Patios – StyleBlueprint - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

    EDITORS NOTE: While this article has timely information on restrictions and hours due to COVID-19, protocols can change quickly. Before you head out to visit one of these heated Nashville restaurant patios, please confirm the hours of operation are still accurate.


    Here at StyleBlueprint, we continue to be asked specifically about restaurants that offer heated open-air dining options, so we decided to round up the local options where you can find just that. From firepits to lap blankets, these Nashville restaurants are getting creative in their quest to keep us toasty AND well-fed. We arranged things by neighborhood (Hillsboro Village, 12South, Downtown, The Gulch, etc.) and focused on restaurants offering open-air with heaters or enclosed spaces that are available on an individual party basis (igloos, for example).

    Grab a coat and bring your appetite; here are some heated restaurant patios in Nashville where you can enjoy your next meal!

    Are you ready to cozy up on a heated patio? Weve got you covered or rather uncovered but still warm! Pictured here, heated poolside dining at Denim at The Joseph. Image: Eric Laignel

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    1628 21st Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37212 (615) 301-1818Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

    With a well-heated rooftop patio (half of it is covered but open air) that boasts a large bar with dinner service, E3 Chophouse is where its at. Warm up with Maine lobster bisque and savory dishes such as foie gras, baked oysters, steak tartare and every cut of beef you can think of. Plus, they offer live music twice a week!

    2305 12th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37204Hours: Wednesday through Friday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon to 8 p.m.

    Technically, Locust is a takeout-only sort of deal. But did you know you can pick up your order at the window and eat it on the heated patio? The little dumpling shop, as it is fondly referred to, has a menu that changes monthly, but you cant go wrong no matter when you stop by. If the heaters arent doing the trick, grab a sake to warm you from the inside out.

    2506 12th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37204 (615) 679-9342Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

    Located in the hustle-bustle of 12South, Urban Grub is the perfect spot to cozy up and relax. Grab a cocktail and enjoy Memphis-style ribs or woodfired oysters, all while enjoying the outdoor patio, complete with a stone fireplace and stellar people-watching.

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    507 12th Ave. S., Floor 2, Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 251-1404Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    404 Kitchens heated patio space is consistently drawing in diners who cant wait to feast on such hearty options as the turkey pot pie or the bistro steak. But even if you arent looking for a full meal, you should consider going just for their impressive whiskey list, which features several hundred selections from Kentucky to Asia.

    Whether youre there for the food or the extensive whiskey menu, elevate your experience by dining on the patio at 404 Kitchen. Image: 404 Kitchen

    230 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219 (615) 782-7100Thursday through Saturday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

    The igloos at the Rooftop Lounge at The Bobby hotel have become a seasonal staple. Make reservations for an igloo, which seats up to five, or request the heated cabin, which comfortably seats eight. Order from the beverage menu, which offers creative cocktails and mocktails as well as beer and wine selections. A limited food menu includes everything from a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich to a vegan burger. Make your reso for you and your pod crew at [emailprotected].

    401 Korean Veterans Blvd., Floor 21, Nashville, TN 37203 (629) 231-3180Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday, 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 11 p.m.Though the indoor portion of the rooftop at The Joseph hotel is completely enclosed, the exterior rooftop offers poolside heaters, great music, and beautiful cabanas you can reserve for your outdoor dining experience. Denims seasonally inspired cocktails and all-day curated menu with Mediterranean influence make for a memorable evening it doesnt hurt that being 21 stories up makes for a picturesque view, too! Plus, on Fridays, a local guest DJ spins tunes.

    37 Rutledge St., Nashville, TN 37210 (615) 256-6565Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

    From pimento cheese and hickory-smoked wings to shrimp and grits, elevated Southern classics abound at Husk. While it may be a bit chilly to see much growth in their extensive gardens, quaint outdoor tables on the heated stone patio make for a lovely and tasty evening.

    401 11th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 262-6007Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to midnight; Friday through Sunday, 3 p.m. through midnight

    Set atop the beautiful Thompson Nashville hotel, L.A. Jackson has a view of The Gulch like no other. Small bites and fun cocktails like the Social Media Influencer and Tequillin Me Softly kick the experience up a notch so you can sip in style while you gaze at the scenery.

    1000 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 622-1234Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 3 p.m. to midnight

    Youll enjoy small plates and beautiful cocktails galore at Lou/na, the rooftop bar atop the recently opened Grand Hyatt Nashville. Theyve even got exceptional mocktails for those looking for a flavorful cocktail alternative. Snack on steamed clams or Atlantic scallops while you warm your hands over the firepit on their covered patio.

    401 11th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 262-6001Hours: Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    Located on the Thompson Nashvilles ground floor, Marsh House has an extensive wine list and a seafood-forward menu that includes an incredible raw bar and towering platters filled with everything from mussels to smoked fish dip to salmon tartare. On Fridays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., be sure to grab a seat on the patio for $1 Oyster Happy Hour!

    200 4th Avenue North, Top Floor, Nashville, TN 37219 (615) 649-5000Hours: Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. to 11 p.m.

    The rooftop of the Noelle hotel is calling your name. Rare Bird overlooks Downtown, with comfortable, loungy seating setups that perfectly position you to appreciate the skyline. Handcrafted cocktails are plentiful, and a tasty snack menu tempts your tastebuds with appetizers such as caramelized onion dip, trout rillettes and a shaved ham plate. A built-in fireplace offers an elegant design touch and the perfect excuse to snuggle up.

    605 Overton St., Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 709-3148Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

    With social distancing measures in place, Superica has re-opened its patio. Casual outdoor seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis so you can enjoy Tex-Mex specialties like street-style tacos and Chile Relleno Verde. Even COVID and the cold weather cant keep us from Taco Tuesdays!

    114 28th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 645-5150Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to midnight

    Whether youre looking to warm yourself up with a spiked hot toddy, snack on BBQ pork belly with house-made kimchi, or satisfy your sweet tooth with a winter dessert such as smores pavlova, Fable Lounge is the place to be. The upstairs patio pavilion offers outdoor fireplaces and additional external heaters, where you can sip on specialty cocktails galore while you enjoy delicious bites.

    101 20th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 649-7239Hours: Monday through Friday, 3 p.m. to midnight; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to midnight

    Take in the views from one of Music Citys most vibrant hotspots, White Limozeen. The bold, kitschy restaurant and bar is perched atop the Graduate Hotel, and heaters throughout the outdoor lounge keep you cozy as you watch the sun go down over the Nashville skyline. Check out the statuesque nod to legendary country music icon Dolly Parton as you enjoy fancy champagne Jell-O shots and munch on poached shrimp, caviar and lamb bourguignon.

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    4500 Murphy Rd., Nashville, TN 37209 (615) 942-7499Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

    Though Edleys has several locations throughout our fair city, its their Sylvan Park restaurant that features heated outdoor dining. The heated wood patio, which is delightfully festooned with caf lights, is a wonderful place to watch passersby and enjoy brisket, catfish or the quintessential barbecue staple: ribs. If youre really looking to turn up the heat, the hot chicken tacos bring the fire.

    4708 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, TN 37209 (629) 888-4917Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    With an expansive open-air patio that boasts plenty of space heaters, Hathorne keeps you warm while you savor dishes such as crispy goat cheese or fried chicken la schnitzel. You cant go wrong with anything from the seasonal drinks and signature cocktail menu either, particularly the Hot Chai Toddy, which was born to keep you cozy.

    Firepits raise the bar at Hathornes heated patio. Image: Hathorne

    4408 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, TN 37209 (615) 750-2920Hours: Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

    When the craving for a burger and craft beer hits, head to M.L. Rose, where you can enjoy the neighborhood pub vibe on the heated patio. Youll find elevated pub fare galore on the menu, which includes everything from Veggie Verde Nachos and fried cauliflower to start, to a wide selection of 10 burgers. Wash it all down with a local lager, and youre all set!

    4410 Murphy Rd., Nashville, TN 37209 (615) 269-9406Hours: Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

    A longstanding member of the Nashville restaurant community, McCabe Pub is still going strong with its popular menu of pub fare and beverages and they have a heated dining area to boot! With a patio perched just off Murphy Road, theyre serving up all-American comfort food at its best.

    343 53rd Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37209 (615) 298-3663Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Thursday through Sunday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

    The locally sourced and seasonally driven food at Miel is an experience in and of itself. Throw in a heated outdoor veranda, complete with curtains for privacy, and you have yourself an incomparable dinner thats worth getting out of the house for. From lobster bisque to gnocchi with wild mushroom ragout, Miel certainly doesnt disappoint.

    1222 4th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37208 (615) 736-5838Hours: Sunday and Monday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Wednesday through Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    City House truly knows how to adapt to the cold (during a pandemic) in style. With individual, curtained bungalows, each possessing a little fireplace, youre destined for an evening of snug dining. Feast on any number of Chef Tandy Wilsons thoughtfully conceived dishes, including longstanding fan favorite, the Belly Ham Pizza.

    311 Jefferson St., Nashville, TN 37208 (615) 920-5440Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; closed Monday

    Following major tornado damage and extensive clean-up, Geist recently re-opened and their outdoor Champagne Garden now possesses a louvered roofing structure that adjusts based on the weather! It also comes equipped with heaters, making it the ideal dining outing option even when its rainy or cold. Geists garden also features cozy outdoor fireplaces, where you can dine al fresco and enjoy favorites such as the whipped feta with black garlic honey appetizer and the braised rabbit tagliatelle.

    1400 Adams St., Nashville, TN 37208 (615) 709-3156Hours: Monday through Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

    Executive Chef Ryder Zetts fish camp-style eatery, The Optimist, is an undeniable restaurant powerhouse. Thankfully, we can still enjoy safe, socially distant outdoor dining, as the patio area has both propane and overhead heaters to ensure the only thing chilled is the peel-and-eat shrimp. Warm up with the smoked fish chowder or shrimp and oyster gumbo, then follow it up with the Lobster Roll Twins or whole-roasted flounder.

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    3917 Gallatin Pike, Nashville, TN 37216 (615) 928-7897Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

    The East Nashville go-to for delicious Mexican and ridiculously good $4 margaritas made from scratch, El Fuego recently opened up in their new location on Gallatin Road. A perk of the move? They have a patio with heated, individual tents to accommodate an intimate date or family dinner.

    626A Main St., Nashville, TN 37206 (615) 600-4762Hours: Sunday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight

    One of East Nashvilles newest restaurant residents, Hawkers has an expansive heated patio where you can enjoy the trendy atmosphere and tasty Asian street food. Order a craft cocktail, the pork belly bao and some Sichuan wontons, and youre all set to indulge in a fun evening in the great outdoors.

    1520 Woodland St., Nashville, TN 37206 (615) 228-4864Hours: Monday through Saturday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    A neighborhood favorite, Lockeland Table has truly adapted to the COVID safety precautions by adding al fresco dining that wraps around the street corner and down the block. Heaters line the sidewalk seating area, with the added benefit of warm blankets at each chair. Talk about cozying up! Head over for Community Hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, for snacks and $6 cocktails.

    1304 McGavock Pk., Nashville, TN 37216 (615) 499-4495Hours: Wednesday and Thursday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Occupying a quaint house in Riverside Village, Chef Mailea Wegers Lou has an equally quaint back patio where you can sit under a heated overhang, sip all-natural wine and partake in the seasonal, sustainable, vegetable-forward fare. The menu changes frequently, but your palate will thank you no matter what the selection is.

    8127 Sawyer Brown Rd. Ste. 304, Nashville, TN 37221 (615) 739-6121Hours: Daily, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    HoneyFire Barbeque Company, located in One Bellevue Place shopping center, has a large wraparound patio thats covered and heated. Sit outside and dig into slow-smoked meats such as pork shoulder and beef brisket, accompanied by classic sides that offer comfort to combat the chilly weather. Bonus points for the greenspace where antsy little ones can roam freely while you dine!

    Stay warm and safe, and continue supporting your local restaurants!

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    Keeping Toronto closed now may prevent another lockdown right before patios open, Tory says – CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Extending strict public health measures in Toronto now could help to prevent another lockdown right before patio season begins in Toronto, Mayor John Tory said Wednesday.

    Speaking at a news conference at city hall on Wednesday afternoon, Torontos Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa said she is asking the province to keep strict lockdown measures in place in the city for at least another two weeks before considering easing any of the current restrictions.

    We absolutely do not want to find ourselves opening up, even slightly, and then having to close down again just a few weeks from now. With the promise of vaccinations upon us, we need to ensure that this lockdown that were presently in is the last one, she told reporters.

    Toronto, Peel Region, York Region, and the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit are the only regions of the province that have not been transitioned back into the provinces reopening framework due to high community transmission of the novel coronavirus and the circulation of dangerous COVID-19 variants.

    The Ford government previously indicated that the regions could return to its colour-coded reopening system as soon as next week, but both Toronto and Peel Regions medical officers of health have advised against that.

    Mayor John Tory said he supports the decision to keep Toronto closed in the interim.

    When asked about how the variants could impact this years CafeTO program, a city initiative launched last summer to help struggling bars and restaurants build or expand patios during the pandemic, Tory said keeping the city locked down now could prevent a lockdown later this spring.

    Tory has said the earliest patios could open as part of the CafeTO program is in early May.

    I guess we all would want to have our fingers crossed that we do the right thing that the doctor has recommended in terms of being prudent about reopening and it will still allow us to actually have CafeTO patios open and not be in another lockdown by then, he said.

    (That) is precisely what we are trying to avoid is having an opening and then be back into lockdown right when those patios will be opening in May.

    Restaurants have been closed in Toronto since Nov. 23, when another lockdown was imposed during the second wave of the pandemic.

    Bars and restaurants are still permitted to offer takeout and delivery during the lockdown but in-person dining is prohibited.

    As of this week, bars and restaurants were allowed to reopen in Halton and Durham regions with reduced capacity.

    York Regions medical officer of health has asked that his region enter the red or control zone of the provinces reopening framework next week, which would allow many businesses, including restaurants, hair salons, and gyms, to reopen.

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    Extending Torontos current COVID-19 closures could prevent a third lockdown just as the citys patios would reopen, Mayor John Tory said.

    At a press conference on February 17, Tory said he supported Dr. Eileen de Villas calls to keep the city shut downin order to assess the emerging COVID-19 variants.

    The worst mistake we could make right now is to ignore the advice of our medical experts and begin to reopen too quickly, the mayor said.

    We absolutely do not want to find ourselves opening things up, even slightly, and then having to close down again just a few weeks from now.

    A slower reopening would be the right thing to do, Tory said, noting that it would prevent a third wave of COVID-19that could force a shutdown in early May as the weather warms and the CafTO program resumes.

    The city has begun accepting applications for the program and, depending on public health orders, the first CafTO locations could be open by early May, two months earlier than in 2020.

    We all would want to have our fingers crossed that we do the right thing that the doctor has recommended in terms of being prudent about reopening and it will still allow us to actually have CafTO patios open, and not be in another lockdown by then, Tory said.

    [That] is precisely what were trying to avoid, is having an opening and then be back in a lockdown right at the time when those patios will be opening in May.

    Torontos Stay at Home order is set to expire on February 22, at which point the city will transition back into Ontarios updatedreopening framework.

    De Villa has askedOntarios Chief Medical Officer of Health to delay Torontos return to the colour-coded system until at least March 9 as virus variants spread across the city.

    With the promise of vaccinations upon us, we need to ensure that this lockdown that were presently in is the last one, Tory said.

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    Popular patio pop-ups expanding this summer – Winnipeg Free Press - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Winnipegs pandemic success story from the summer of 2020 the boom in patios will be growing in 2021.

    The Beer Can, which took over a vacant lot on Main Street between the Fortune Block and the Winnipeg Hotel last June, will move to a new location for this summer, a spokesperson said Tuesday.

    Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club, which is located in the Fortune Block at the corner of Main and St. Mary Avenue, will take over the Beer Cans former location and rename it Times Change(d) Outside, according to a post on the nightclubs Facebook account.

    Blank Canvas Beer Co. founder Brad Chute launched the Beer Can pop-up patio project last spring when COVID-19 positive cases dwindled to a trickle in Manitoba. It provided a safe space for Winnipeggers to enjoy a warm day or evening outdoors and sip a locally brewed beer while maintaining social-distancing standards set by the province.

    Chute turned to Times Change(d) owner John Scoles to provide advice on the project. Later in the summer, a stage was built for local performers, ranging from rock bands to dance troupes, to entertain crowds of no more than 50 people.

    The pop-up closed in mid-October when the weather turned cold.

    The Beer Can spokesperson said the pop-ups plan was always to use the Main Street location for one year only, and that it will find a new venue and a new partner for 2021.

    In the Facebook post, the Times Change(d) said it has teamed up with bourbon brand Jim Beam for a covered stage and a cocktail bar for 2021, and Modern Electric Lunch, another Fortune Block tenant, to provide food.

    Winnipeg restaurants were forced to close after the COVID-19 pandemic spread to Manitoba last March. A number of Winnipeg bars and restaurants later built or expanded patios when the province eased restrictions for patios prior to allowing indoor eating spaces to open for business.

    The city also eased its patio regulations and began allowing restaurants or microbreweries and distilleries to set up temporary patios for the summer. Other pop-up patios emerged across the city in 2020 in response, including the Bijou Patio, which served food and beverages from Exchange District eateries and breweries from its location adjacent to Old Market Square, and the Cargo Bar at Assiniboine Park.


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    City of Vancouver to open summer patio applications from food and beverage establishments on March 1 – - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

    After the pandemic hit last year, food and beverage establishmentsonce allowed to restart dine-in serviceturned to expanding seating outdoors during the spring and summer in order to accommodate for physical distancing and to adapt to health measures.

    However, fall and winter weather reduced that option.

    With spring bringing warmer weather, outdoor seating will become more feasible once again.

    In preparation for sunny days ahead, the City of Vancouver announced today (February 17) that applications for temporary patios on public property during the summer open on March 1, and permits will run from April 1 to October 31.

    These patios can be on sidewalks and curb lanes adjacent to businesses.

    Applications will be evaluated for a number of considerationstemporary patios cant restrict accessibility, reduce space on the sidewalk, encroach upon streets, or block access to critical utilities (such as fire department connections).

    Also, the open-air aspect of the patio cant be reduced by structures or enclosures.

    The citys deputy engineering general manager Margaret Wittgens stated in a news release that the Temporary Expedited Patio Program previously helped over 400 bars and restaurants.

    Meanwhile, applications for temporary patios on private property can be submitted throughout the year.

    Information on the Temporary Expedited Patio Program is available at the City of Vancouver website.

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    The Lansing poll winner of Michigans Best Outdoor Dining is a deck over the Looking Glass River – - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

    PORTLAND, MI - Oh, that deck.

    In the summer time, when theres no pandemic, the deck over the Looking Glass River at Fabianos River House Bar & Grill in Portland is rocking. Live music on the weekends, a huge fireplace, big big crowds and good times.

    You know what that decks like, said Bill Fabiano, who opened the restaurant in December of 2014 with his wife Rachelle. The patio is the big draw.

    Hes referring to the day Michigans Best visited in 2017 when we were the search for Michigans Best Chicken Wings. On that day we sampled their wings sauced by Michigan-made Sauce Gone Wild, right on that deck.

    But we did that without Bill and Rachelle. They were at the hospital for the birth of their first child, Vivienne.

    We went into the hospital the morning you guys came in, Fabiano remembered. Shes not so little any more. Shes 3 1/2 years old.

    READ: Your Guide to Michigans Best chicken wings: Where we were, wings we ate, who we met

    Well, we remember the day well, and that beautiful, spacious deck right on the water.

    Its the reason Fabianos was voted as the top spot for Michigans Best Outdoor Dining in the Lansing area with 58 percent of the vote, winning in a landslide over Lansing Brewing Company, which has 12 percent of the vote, and Acapulco Mexican Grill in Charlotte with 3.8 percent.

    Fabiano's River House Bar & Grill is known for its deck over the Looking Glass River in Portland, Michigan. "The patio is the big draw," says Bill Fabiano, who co-owns the restaurant with his wife Rachelle.Courtesy of Fabiano's Riverhouse Bar & Grill

    Fabiano said the deck, which is actually located where the Looking Glass River meets the Grand River, is typically shut down each winter.

    In fact, they had just winterized it when the second shutdown closed Michigan restaurants and bars from Nov. 18-Feb. 1 to limit the spread of Covid-19.

    We had to move everything outdoors, he said. That meant adding heaters, fire tables and even carpeting to the deck, which typically has a capacity of 80 people.

    It also meant no running water, sinks, pop guns or draft beer on tap. That was all indoors.

    The girls had to go in out for everything, Fabiano said.

    Were they happy about that?

    They were happy to be working, said Fabiano, who laughed, but in all seriousness praised his staff of about 25 employees who have worked so hard through the roller coaster ride of the pandemic.

    But theyre wearing snowsuits and mittens and doing their best to stay warm.

    With indoor dining back at 25 percent capacity, he has put the sides down to use the space as additional indoor dining.

    But as soon as the sub-zero weather breaks, were going to push the sides back up and call it outdoor dining again. The wood-burning fireplace makes a difference out there. Forty degrees in the spring is whole lot warmer than 40 degrees in the fall.

    A booming delivery service within a 5-mile radius of Portland also helped them get through both shutdowns.

    Fabiano said he invested in insulated carriers and car tops just before an historic flood in February of 2019 on the Grand River. The community was declared a local state of emergency. Fabianos had to close for two weeks.

    READ: Local state of emergency declared for Portland after ice jam and flooding

    Delivery was put on hold.

    Then, when the first shutdown happened in March, he was ready to hit the ground running. Literally.

    That first day, we had everything ready to go, Fabiano said. It was a saving grace... I didnt realize the demand for deliver in Portland in such a small town.


    Fabiano's River House Bar & Grill in Portland, Michigan, is known for their wings, both bone in and boneless. They were a finalist for Michigan's Best Wings in 2017. They use Michigan-based Sauce Gone Wild for all of their flavors.John Gonzalez

    As for food, customers love the wings, of course. The garlic parmesan is the top-selling flavor. And the popular Friday Fish Fry is back with $12.99 all you can eat cod.

    But Fabiano said pizza also gets rave reviews from customers, especially the chicken bacon ranch specialty pizza.

    The Fabiano name is synonymous with pizza, and goes back to the 1970s with his aunt and uncles party store in nearby Wacousta, he said. His uncle, Steve Fabiano, owns the Eagle Inn (which was also on our search for Best Wings). Theres Fabianos Pizzeria in Westphalia. And his dad had Fabianos on the River on Torch Lake for many years until selling in August.

    All the same family, all independently owned and operated, Fabiano said.

    As for the patio, people are still using it, despite the cold weather.

    Were actually going to leave the patio open year round now, he said.

    It opens at 4 p.m. on most days, and at noon on Saturdays.

    Bill and Rachelle Fabiano are co-owners of Fabiano's River House Bar & Grill in Portland, Michigan, winners of Michigan's Best Outdoor Dining in Lansing. Also pictured: Their daughter Vivienne, who is 3, and dog Liberty.Courtesy of Bill and Rachelle Fabiano

    A Portland High School graduate of 2001, Bill and his wife Rachelle live in Eagle. Both have full time jobs, too. Bill is a firefighter for the city of Grand Rapids, and Rachelle works for a credit union in Lansing. Plus, they have the little one.

    They love the Portland community.

    Weve had great support....people are coming out, he said. They dont mind it being a little chilly.

    The search for Michigans Best Outdoor Dining is sponsored in part by Warm Fitness.

    This is what the deck looked like in 2017 when Michigan's Best stopped by for wings at Fabiano's River House Bar & Grill.John Gonzalez


    Fabianos River House Grill

    104 W. Grand River Ave., Portland, MI 48875


    Hours: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sundays and Tuesdays; 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday-Saturdays; closed Mondays. The outdoor patio opens at 4 p.m. most days; on Saturdays it opens at noon.

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    The garlic parmesan wings are the top seller at Fabiano's River House Grill in Portland, Michigan. They were a finalist for Michigan's Best Wings in 2017. They use Michigan-based Sauce Gone Wild for all of their flavors.John Gonzalez

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    Where to Day Drink in Houston 18 Restaurants and Bars That Can Make Any Afternoon a Celebration – PaperCity Magazine - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Day drinking is an art and a joy of its own. At its best, its an occasional escape from an ordinary day or a chance to celebrate with friends. A hectic work week, a dragging day or an impromptu get together can all call for a daytime drink.

    Day drinking is a uniquely different excursion as compared to its counterpart, the evening outing. It often means happy hours, smaller crowds and soaking in a beautiful day outdoors. The tradition has evolved since the Mad Men days when a three martini lunch was way more than a legend for many businessmen.

    Now, its hopefully a little more controlled, festive and joyful reserved for special instances rather than an everyday thing.

    Luckily, Houston has no shortage of restaurants and bars that open early for day drinking. Some of the citys best oases for those in search of a drink while the sun is still up have beautiful patios, garden retreats, rooftop perches and happy hour specials galore.

    These are the Best Spots to Day Drink in Houston:

    Upper Kirby

    3728 Wakeforest AvenueHouston, TX 770098 | Map

    In the heart of Levy Park, with a sprawling patio and an open air indoors section, Tim Loves North Texas import has immediately become one of Houstons best day drinking escapes. Woodsheds barbecue will not conjure up any visions of Texas best, but this park spots atmosphere cannot be beat.

    Woodshed gets extra points for its extremely friendly waitstaff, too.


    1517 Alabama StHouston, TX 77004 | Map

    Axelrad's Garden is a great place to gather, night or day.

    In the shadow of Downtown Houston, youll find a 100-year-old renovated building that has been beautifully restored and turned into an artsy bar. The art-inspired building brings beer from specially-made taps, cool cocktails and wine.

    Order your daytime beverage of choice and head out to Axelrads outside dog-friendly garden. Its full of picnic tables. You can listen to live music or just soak in the fun backyard ambiance.

    River Oaks

    1103 S Shepherd DrHouston, TX 77019 | Map

    Sip in a cocktail under the shaded umbrellas of Backstreet Cafe's Nola-inspired patio.

    With both a front and back patio nestled in a renovated River Oaks home, Backstreet Cafes cozy space offers a relaxing midday reprieve. The New Orleans inspired back patio is shaded, even if its beloved Camphor tree had to come down.

    This is especially true during Backstreet Cafes happy hour which goes from 3 pm until 6:30 pm Mondays through Fridays.


    908 Congress AveHouston, TX 77002 | Map

    Batanga's Latin American style open air patio.

    Batanga is known for having one of the biggest patios in Houston. At 3,600 square feet, theres plenty of space for a midday meet up at this downtown staple. The Latin American tapas restaurants happy hour runs from 4 pm until 7 pm weekdays and on Sundays, its half off all wine bottles.

    This brick patio can be quite the scene. And who wouldnt enjoy a cool drink under colorful umbrellas?

    544 Yale StHouston , TX 77007 | Map

    Better Luck Tomorrow's cocktail list includes the Lucky Daiquiri.

    This eclectic bar has fun cocktails with eye-catching names (see drinks like Elons Husks) and happy hour every day until 5 pm with all booze half off until that 5oclock deadline. Thats correct, all alcohol on the premise is half off until 5 pm. This includes beer, wine and cocktails.

    Since Houstons weather is notoriously turbulent, Better Luck Tomorrow also has weather specials, where if its colder than 40 degrees, Irish Coffees are half off, Rain means hurricanes are half off and temperatures above 95 degrees means highballs are half off. So highballs are half off almost all summer.

    River Oaks

    1 Birdsall StreetHouston, TX 77007 | Map

    Brenner's On The Bayou's grounds are full of lush greenery. (Photo by Brenner's On The Bayou)

    Beautiful views and an extensive drink menu come with a daytime drinking expedition to Brenners On The Bayou. Lookout over lush greenery and even a waterfall while sipping on libations from either the two-story dining room or from the decks of Blue Bar.

    Blue Bar is a modern patio that sits high among the bayous trees and offers a full drinks menu, small plates and happy hour every Monday through Friday from 4 pm until 7 pm.


    2101 Summer StHouston, TX 77007 | Map

    This colorful three-story brewery and restaurant boasts a spacious rooftop patio with great views of downtown Houston and freshly in-house brewed beer. Buffalo Bayou is open from 11 am until midnight seven days a week (during normal non-emergency times).

    The artsy brewery has a wide selection of brews, but if beer isnt your thing, Buffalo Bayou also has a wine list, mimosa and micheladas.

    The Heights

    3422 N Shepherd DrHouston, TX 77018 | Map

    The majority of Cottonwood's seating is outdoors. (Photo by Cottonwood)

    With a sprawling covered patio and picnic tables out on the grounds, most of Cottonwoods seating is outdoors. Cottonwood has a rotating beer list and a full bar with an extensive whiskey and tequila menu.

    The Heights bars grounds are pet friendly and have fire pits, perfect for gathering around on chillier days.

    The Heights

    1039 Yale StreetHouston, TX 77008 | Map

    A modern patio in the Heights, Eight Row Flint has two happy hours. (Photo by Morgan Weber)

    With not one, but two happy hours, Eight Row Flint in The Heights has both early and afternoon day drinking excursions covered. Early happy hour happens every day from 11 am until 2 pm with a combo of a fresh plate and cocktail for only $15 total. Eight Row Flints mid happy hour is on Mondays through Fridays from 2 pm until 6 pm with margaritas and mules on the menu for $6.50.

    Eight Row Flints modern patio is a climate controlled space in the heart of The Heights neighborhood.

    Upper Kirby

    2032 Karbach StHouston, TX 77092 | Map

    A true modern brewery, Karbach's facilities includes a giant biergarten and stage.

    Karbachs huge Biergarten is a fun space to enjoy a refreshing brew and listen to live music on its big stage. The modern restaurant and Biergarten opens at 11 am on Saturdays and Sundays and 3 pm the rest of the week.

    The brewerys restaurant tries to pair its pub food with the beer thats produced on site.


    813 Congress StHouston, TX 77002 | Map

    The entrance to La Carafe, a historic wine bar in Downtown Houston.

    Housed in a historic building in the middle of bustling downtown Houston, La Carafes two-story space has an old world ambiance. Originally built in 1847, the small well hidden building now serves as a wine bar.

    Theres a small patio outside and candle-lit tables and chairs inside. Whats believed to be the oldest bar in Houston opens at 1 pm and is conveniently just steps away from downtowns modern skyscrapers.

    5701 Main St. Houston, TX 77005 | Map

    Monarch's covered terrace at Hotel Zaza in the Museum District.

    Located in the eclectic boutique hotel, Hotel Zaza in the Museum District, Monarch Restaurant & Terrace is open for lunch Fridays through Sundays and for breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays. The rest of the week, the restaurant opens at 4 pm and has a menu of unique cocktails, much in tune with the eccentrichotel it calls home.

    The full menu bar can be enjoyed out on Monarchs brightly lit covered terrace.

    Multiple Locations

    805 Pacific StHouston, TX 77006 | Map

    The swanky Postino Wine Cafe has an extensive happy hour. (Photo by Jenn Duncan)

    With two locations, one in The Heights and the other in Montrose, Postinos extensive wine menu is available starting at 9 am every weekend and 11 am during the week. During happy hour, select glasses of wine and beer are only $5 until 5 pm everyday.

    The cool and cozy cafes menu houses a wide array of bruschettas for snacking on while enjoying your favorite bottle.


    408 Main StHouston, TX 77002 | Map

    Secret Garden is housed in a modern greenhouse surrounded by lush foliage.

    Tucked under an array of greenery, Secret Garden Houston served brews and cocktails out of a modern greenhouse. Part of Bravery Chef Hall, Secret Garden opens at 11 am on Saturdays and Sundays and 4 pm the rest of the week. Both a coffee and cocktail bar, Secret Gardens flowery and cheerful patio offers a unique lush ambiance thats hard to find downtown.

    1611 Lamar St.Houston, TX 77010 | Map

    The Grove overlooks Discovery Green. (Photo by The Grove)

    Take in the views of Discovery Green at The Grove and sip on a drink from its extensive beer, wine and spirits menu. The Grove even boasts a small list of allocated and rare liquors such as Macallan 25 year for an indulgent day at the park.

    If youre looking for a more casual day out, The Groves Happy Hour runs from 1 pm until 5 pm Tuesdays through Saturdays with all beer, specialty cocktails and house wines half off.


    2403 Bagby StHouston, TX 77006 | Map

    This Midtown area two-story brick-clad industrial buildings rooftop patio makes for a fun space for a drink while the sun is still up. With views of the downtown skyline, the rooftop bar is only one of The Dogwoods outdoor seating options. There are also patios on the first floor.

    The Dogwood focuses on Southern hospitality and outdoor entertaining with Southern-inspired drinks like Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka on tap.

    Afton Oaks

    3641 W Alabama StreetHouston, TX 77027 | Map

    Tiny Boxwood's tree covered patio has plenty of seating. (Photo by Shelby Hodge)

    Open for both lunch and dinner, this lush garden restaurants airy patio allows you to soak up the sun with a refreshing cocktail in hand. With a full bar menu, a veteran day drinker can choose between beer, wine, or a freshly made classic cocktail.

    Tiny Boxwoods patio is a great option for grabbing a midday glass of wine or an Old Fashioned. The River Oaks cafe also offers a small but mighty food menu.


    2118 Lamar StHouston, TX 77003 | Map

    Enjoy a drink under the bright lights of Truck Yard Houston's carousel. (Photo by Truck Yard Houston)

    Houstons Adult Playground has fun outdoor seating options (think colorful picnic tables, swings and hammocks), outdoor games and even a real working carousel. For a brunch outing, the Bucket-o-Mosas has everything you need for a mimosa in a bucket including a bottle of champagne.

    Opening at noon on the weekends, and 2 pm on the weekdays, find a table under an umbrella and order from Truck Yards full bar menu and grab some bar snacks from its rotation of food trucks.

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    New Rise Woodfire restaurant stokes the ovens at San Mateo train station – East Bay Times - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Four years after founding Rise Pizzeria in Burlingame, restaurateur Omid Zahedi has opened his second, much larger concept on the Peninsula, Rise Woodfire.

    For this venture hes imported two wood-fired pizza ovens from Naples and a wood-fired rotisserie from Texas to turn out what he calls elevated comfort food spitfire-roasted prime rib, firewood oven-roasted salmon, slow-roasted rotisserie chicken and, of course, blistered-crust pizzas.

    And its all being created in a prominent location, the historic downtown San Mateo train station. Zahedi took over the space that formerly had housed the Melting Pot and embarked on a full renovation that includes an Italian-made mural and plenty of decorative tile and Italian marble.

    For alfresco dining, Rise offers a large heated patio with a full bar. When indoor dining resumes, the restaurant will be able to serve a total of 200 people.

    Zahedi grew up in the fast-food pizza business his Iranian immigrant father opened pizzerias after coming to this country but chose the financial services field for his career. Years later, he developed a passion for the new wave of fine pizza and built a brick oven on a trailer to practice on family, friends and serve at charity events. Once the recipes were perfected, he and wife Susan Payrovi started looking for restaurant spaces.

    So far, San Mateo customers are making best sellers of the Funghi pizza (with portobellos and four cheeses) and the Calabrese (drizzled with raw honey), along with the rotisserie chicken, which comes with your choice of sides and sauce.

    The pizza menu ventures further into creative territory with a Brussels Sprouts and Smoked Pancetta combo, Medjool Date with Chevre, and Artichoke and Spinach.

    Dipping sauces for chicken (or those pizza crusts) number seven, all of them gluten-free: Argentinian Chimichurri, Peruvian Aji Amarillo, Woodfired Pineapple Teriyaki Chipotle, Creamy Horseradish & Chives, Spicy Buffalo, Chipotle Barbecue and Peppercorn Ranch.

    And then there are the other pies that Rise bakes. Pies rotate, but the blueberry pie is amazing and not very sweet, Zahedi said. We use organic blueberries in that one.

    The lineup of specialty cocktails includes the appropriately named Lovely Loco Motive, made with your choice of Ketel One vodka or Tanqueray gin, white peach puree, lemon and Earl Grey bitters, and the Golden Spike, a George Dickel Rye Whiskey number with maraschino cherry liqueur, pineapple and ginger.

    Details: Open from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday at 2 North B St., San Mateo.

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    Comprehensive Report on Patio Awnings Market 2021 | Trends, Growth Demand, Opportunities & Forecast To 2027 |Erhardt, AandA International, Eide… - February 20, 2021 by Mr HomeBuilder

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