Summer may be winding down, but it’s still plenty nice out to enjoy tasty eats and drinks on al fresco patios in LA! Soak up the last of the warm weather, and welcome cooler days with friends and a beverage (or several) at one of these great spots with outdoor space.
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AWESOME LA PATIOS
Enjoy the relaxed and festive atmosphere of 41 Ocean’s idyllic, ivy-covered courtyard — perfect for both outdoor dining and late-night lounging.
Maré is a patio-only eatery dishing out coastal European style dishes in a green-walled oasis. With no roof, the seafood-focused restaurant incorporates string lights overhead and warming lamps to keep you comfortable on chillier nights.
Hollywood’s biggest stars adore The Polo Lounge, which offers California-style cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner — as well as a Sunday jazz brunch — and features a spacious outdoor patio with lots of greenery.
Dishing out New Orleans-inspired fare on two levels, Preux & Proper offers a frozen daiquiri bar downstairs and a raw bar upstairs, plus an open-air patio to take in all the Cajun delights.
At The Larchmont, a modern yet cozy wood-lined deck makes for an elegant spot to enjoy cocktails, wines and martini flights alongside classic American fare.
The candlelit garden courtyard at The Buffalo Club brings an element of alfresco romance to a classic supper club setting.
Sushi Tsujita is an intimate sushi bar done in simple, stunning Japanese design, with comforting, geometric shapes covering the walls and a patio room to enjoy its cocktail, wine and sake offerings.
Estrella’s expansive outdoor terrace, with its soaring ceilings, comfy chairs and locally sourced plants, is rustic yet modern — a splendid setting for the globally inspired dishes.
The patio at Roi Choi’s A-Frame is light-filled and airy, perfect for digging into the Hawaiian soul food flavors in their creative small plates and drinks.
The sprawling, stylish patio at Officine Brera — complete with extra-long couches and recessed lighting — offers plenty of seating for groups of all sizes to enjoy a night of drinks and fantastic Northern Italian fare.
Boasting an ivy-walled, al fresco patio with dark wood accents, The District by Hannah An serves fresh, California-inspired Vietnamese cuisine.
The ivy-covered, candle-lit patio at Lucques — a French- and Mediterranean-inspired gem — is the super romantic, date-night hideaway you’ve been looking for.
Flores + Sons is a market-driven favorite dishing out Southern-inspired cuisine — best enjoyed with a California wine or a draft beer on the rustic patio.
Sunny Spot’s outdoor patio — filled with brightly hued pillows, chairs and candles — makes the unique cocktails and Caribbean-inspired dishes taste even more delightful.
Eveleigh’s airy, covered patio boasts a bar, candle-lit tables and a great view with dinner and drinks.