1. Assembly Lounge
Logan Circle

Assembly Lounge, located on the 9th floor of The Logan hotel, has transformed into Alpine Heights for the winter. On the massive outdoor balcony, you’ll find fire pits, warm cocktails, high-brow smores, fondue, and all other things best enjoyed under a warm snuggly blanket (which they also have ready for you).

2. Juno
Spring Garden

A newer addition to the city, Juno is getting lots of buzz thanks to its expansive outdoor dining area. The restaurant’s laidback Mexican-American fare and ever-changing cocktail list is worth the hype alone, but greenhouses and a garden with a heated roof will surely draw crowds this winter.


A prime location across from the park only adds to the already top-tier ambiance outside a. kitchen. Take your pick from covered streetery seating and heated sidewalk tables while you dig into dishes like short rib and mussels at this perpetual favorite American restaurant.

4. Bar Hygge

Staying true to its name, Bar Hygge is offering ultra-cozy and comfy cabin-esque dining huts for the cold weather. Split a board of brats and Brussels or sip on some hearty house-brewed beers to get in the full hygge spirit.

5. Booker's
Cedar Park

Outdoor dining isn’t going anywhere at Booker’s, where the patio is heated to keep you warm and toasty. Enjoy the greenery and lanterns hanging overhead when you dig into soul-warming Southern comfort food over a long-overdue brunch.

6. The Dandelion

Stephen Starr’s destination for British fare is always a cozy spot in the winter, and that extends to the extra toasty outdoor booths that are each equipped with their own heating system. Make it your midday stop for shepherd’s pie and veggie soup, and you’re sure to stay warm.

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