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Where to Dine Al Fresco in Austin

Where to Dine Al Fresco in Austin

When the evenings start cooling off in Austin, the restaurant scene becomes hotter than ever. Enjoy your next meal (or cocktail) at one of the city's finest patios this October. You don't need to pick between quality scenery and quality food  —  we're dishing out the best of the best when it comes to dining al fresco!

Perla's

1400 S Congress Ave | Menu

The iconic striped umbrellas of Perla's are perched on a deck overlooking the hustle and bustle of South Congress.

Chicon

1914 E 6th St Menu

A luxurious neighborhood eatery, Chicon serves up one of the best East Side happy hours on their spacious yet cozy porch.

Launderette

2115 Holly St | Menu

Stepping onto the patio of Launderette feels like stepping back in time to a wonderfully retro 1950's eatery.

Backbeat

1300 S Lamar Blvd | Menu

Enjoy a cocktail on the rooftop of this chic midcentury-style bar in the heart of South Lamar.

Josephine House

1601 Waterston Ave | Menu

This Clarksville charmer is a casual yet trendy take on new American dining.

Tiny Boxwoods

1503 W 35th | Menu

Eat your breakfast or lunch on the lush green patio of this charming upscale-casual eatery.

Culinary Dropout

11721 Rock Rose #100 | Menu

Located in the center of Domain Northside next to a sprawling green, this craft culinary experience has the perfect menu of creative bar-inspired entrees.

The Grove - Lakeway

3001 Ranch Road 620 South | Menu

This relaxed patio serves up thin-crust pizza and new American cuisine overlooking the beautiful Texas Hill Country.

Hunger not satisfied? Take a look at Eater Austin's 18 essential patios for outdoor drinking and dining. Tweet us at @morelandprops  or stop by the Moreland Properties Facebook Page to let us know where you like to dine al fresco! 

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