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Terrific Terraces

Seattle’s mild climate means you can dine alfresco even in winter. You’ll find comfy patios and sidewalk enclosures across the city, replete with fire pits, heat lamps, and weather-proofing. Here’s where to snag an appealing outdoor table.

By Jackie Varriano

Brimmer & Heeltap

425 NW Market St; brimmerandheeltap.com

With a lush garden, fire pit, and the perfect amount of cover, this Ballard bistro’s patio exudes coziness. Refined Pacific Northwest fare is served, and there’s a stellar onsite wine shop.

Fair Isle

936 NW 49th St; fairislebrewing.com

This chic Ballard taproom with a rustic outside space serves farmhouse ales and hosts some of the city’s most exciting pop-ups, like Good Morning Tacos and Hamdi, known for Turkish whole-lamb roasts.


400 Fairview Ave N 14th floor; mbarseattle.com

Take in 180-degree views of Queen Anne, Lake Union, and Capitol Hill while noshing on salmon kebabs, green chickpea hummus, and other Levantine delights at this swanky rooftop retreat.


2524 Beacon Ave S; musangseattle.com

Indulge in delish Filipino fare at this Beacon Hill hot spot in a craftsman-style home with a charming, enclosed patio.

Old Stove Brewing

1901 Western Ave, Ste A; oldstove.com

Enjoy sweeping views of Elliott Bay while sipping craft brews on the patio at Old Stove Brewing in Pike Place Market. Top of the experience with some hot wings or their speciality fish n’ chips.

Reckless Noodle House

2519 S Jackson St; recklessnoodles.com

It’s hard not to fall in love with the chill Tiki vibes and lush hanging greenery at this cool Central District eatery. Don’t miss the mala braised beef-cheek noodles and the crispy duck rolls.


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