Best Twin Cities Patios for Heated Outdoor Dining

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Enjoying the Outdoors

If you’re anything like me, you’re trying to figure out how to extend the fall season and stay outside as much as possible. Especially with COVID still being a very real concern for many of us, finding places to gather outside is essential. I’ve put together a round up of the best patios in the Twin Cities for heated outdoor dining.

Pro tip: Finding space near a heater or fire place is typically first come first serve, so if you do want some extra heat, I recommend arriving early or going during off hours to ensure you get the coziest spot. Or, wear warm boots and pack a little blanket so you can still stay warm even if you can’t get a seat by the fire.

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Twin Cities Heated Outdoor Patio
Twin Cities Heated Outdoor Patio

Best Twin Cities Patios for Heated Outdoor Dining

 A Roundup of Breweries, Distilleries and Cideries

  • Bald Man2020 Silver Bell Rd # 28, Eagan
  • LynLake2934 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis (12/19/20 update: they’ve decided to close their patio for the rest of 2020, but they do have  a great patio to check out in the spring)
  • Lake Monster550 Vandalia St #160, St Paul (You can even go to their website and reserve a heated table ahead of time!)

A Roundup of Restaurants

  • Tilia, 2726 W. 43rd St, Minneapolis
 

From what I can tell, local restaurants and breweries are quickly adapting to the cold weather and many places are adding heated tents and fire pits to their outdoor spaces to continue encouraging people to dine out as we head into winter. As we all know, this is a difficult time for many businesses, especially those in the food and drink service industry. Hopefully this roundup will inspire you to keep going out with friends and family while supporting local.

Bring a Blanket and Support Local

From what I can tell, local restaurants and breweries are quickly adapting to the cold weather and many places are adding heated tents and fire pits to their outdoor spaces to continue encouraging people to dine out as we head into winter. As we all know, this is a difficult time for many businesses, especially those in the food and drink service industry. Hopefully this roundup will inspire you to keep going out with friends and family while supporting local.

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