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Picturesque Patios for Dining Al Fresco This Spring

Picturesque Patios for Dining Al Fresco This Spring

Outdoor dining is a staple in every Austinite's diet, and the patio dining options around the city seem to be endless. From trendy and elegant restaurants offering gourmet, farm-fresh fare to casual eateries with quick bites and shareable plates, each of these establishments offers delicious dishes to enjoy al fresco in the breezy spring weather. 


ATX Cocina

110 San Antonio St Ste 170 | Website

Traditional Mexican fare with a modern approach.

Aviary Wine Kitchen

2110 S Lamar Blvd | Website

Pairing-focused tapas and food menu with an extensive wine list.

Guild Austin

3800 N Lamar Blvd | Website

Seasonally-inspired seafood-driven menu.


5811 Berkman Dr | Website

Casual American eatery and coffee shop.

Il Brutto

1601 E 6th St | Website

Neighborhood dinner spot serving authentic Italian.


2115 S Lamar Blvd | Website

Asian smokehouse and bar created by Chef Tyson Cole of Uchi and Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue.


1800 E 6th St | Website

Mexican-inspired menu with local ingredients and house-made masa.



1816 S 1st St | Website

Regional flavors, ingredients, and dishes from Mexico’s coast.

Boiler Nine

800 W Cesar Chavez St | Website

American eats inside the historical Seaholm Power Plant.


2027 Anchor Ln | Website

Ranch-style modern bar and restaurant.

Elizabeth Street Café

1501 S 1st St | Website

Neighborhood Vietnamese café and French bakery.


105 Tillery St | Website

Shareable Mexican fare with a beachy atmosphere.


506 West Ave | Website

Retro American restaurant with craft cocktails and decadent bites.


3235 E Cesar Chavez St | Website

Family-style restaurant with a ranch-to-table dining experience.

Josephine House

1601 Waterston Ave | Website

Lunch, snacks, and evening drinks in a chic Clarksville home-turned-restaurant. 

June’s All Day

1722 S Congress Ave | Website

Laid back yet sophisticated neighborhood café and wine bar inspired by Spanish tapas and Parisian eateries.

Justine’s Brasserie

4710 E 5th St | Website

Late-night dining with French flair.

La Condesa

400A West 2nd Street | Website

Contemporary Mexican dishes meant to be shared among the table.


2115 Holly St | Website

Creative American dishes and craft cocktails. 

Le Politique

110 San Antonio St | Website

French brasserie, patisserie, and coffee shop. 


1807 S 1st St | Website

“Hot weather food” crafted with sustainable local foods from quality producers. 


811 W Live Oak St | Website

Rustic, farm-fresh fare using seasonal produce and sustainable products. 

Odd Duck

1201 S Lamar Blvd | Website

Ever-changing menu of small plates, sandwiches, and cocktails. 


1610 San Antonio St | Website

Delicious Southern platters and plates.

 Olive & June

3411 Glenview Ave | Website

Exciting Italian with the largest and most diverse wine selection in Austin.

Perla’s Seafood & Oyster Bar

1400 S Congress Ave | Website 

Fresh fish & oysters flown in daily from both the East and West Coasts. 

Salty Sow

1917 Manor Rd | Website 

Head to tail restaurant serving local and sustainable ingredients in a modern farmhouse-style atmosphere.


1417 S 1st St | Website

Modern Thai with sharable plates.

Tillery Kitchen + Bar

3201 E Cesar Chavez St | Website

Restaurant and bar for socializing with friends and loved ones on the Colorado River.

 Tiny Boxwoods

1503 W 35TH St | Website

A gourmet dining experience and concept with thoughtful American fare the best chocolate chip cookies around.

Al fresco dining in Austin is easy at these restaurants and neighborhood eateries. Farm-fresh dishes, modern takes on authentic international cuisines, and creatively elegant atmospheres can be found at each of these tasty establishments. 

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