We’ve compiled a list of Brooklyn restaurants with amazing patios and outdoor seating options, and they’re open now!
Brooklyn Patios Open Now
- Cafe Chili - Thai Cuisine
- Love and Dough
- Cafe Metro
- Table 87
- Baci & Abbracci
- Martha's Country Bakery
What Makes These Brooklyn Patios So Special?
Figuring out where to eat during the coronavirus pandemic can be challenging, especially as our response to the situation evolves. Things that are open one day may not be the next, or may no longer provide indoor dining. That’s why we searched Brooklyn for restaurants that are not only open, but that provide outdoor seating options in the event that indoor dining is suspended.
After months of lockdown, many of us are ready to get out of our regular routine of ordering pickup or delivery. We’d like to try something new, and try it with loved ones that we haven’t been able to see in awhile. Any one of the places on this list is perfect for catching up with friends and family in a safe, distanced way. Still not able to make it out? Bring the party to you with pickup or delivery! Be sure to check options and prices with FoodBoss first, so you know you’re getting the best deal.
Brooklyn Patios Aplenty!
Cafe Chili in Cobble hill serves up authentic Thai cuisine. This cozy nook has an intimate feel, where you can catch up with your bestie after months in lockdown. The charming patio out back is full of window boxes and hanging baskets full of colorful flowers.
A hip spot in downtown, Love and Dough specializes in thin crust Neapolitan-style pizzas, mediterranean salads, and pasta dishes. The industrial-chic venue is both modern and welcoming with its high ceilings and large windows. While they don’t technically have a patio, there are a few chairs set up out front where you can enjoy a quick slice.
Cafe Metro is a quick casual restaurant in downtown. Specializing in breakfast and lunch, they have a variety of to-go items such as eggs, omelets, sandwiches, quesadillas, and soups. This friendly spot has a large sidewalk patio.
Brooklyn Heights is home to Table 87, a cozy pizza kitchen and cafe. Coal oven pizzas are their claim to fame, but they also offer calzones and sandwiches. Perfect for family gatherings or a hangout with friends, this spot has plenty of sidewalk seating.
A low-key bagel counter in Williamsburg, Bagelsmith focuses on what they do best: making amazing bagels. Grab a handmade bagel or signature deli sandwich and a coffee for a simple treat. The benches outside provide the perfect spot people watch while you enjoy your meal.
Williamsburg’s Babi & Abbracci offers Italian fare in a sleek, sophisticated venue. Their menu features traditional Neapolitan fare as well as classic dishes from all over Italy, all made from local ingredients. Enjoy a selection off their global wine list in their beautiful, spacious backyard. Perfect for a romantic date or a night out with friends.
Another venue which lends itself equally well to friend hangouts or date night is Montesacro in Williamsburg. The focus at Montesacro is Roman classics like pinsa, served in a simple yet elegant setting. Their covered garden patio has plenty of large tables, so patrons can keep their distance.
Martha’s Country Bakery in Williamsburg will satisfy any sweet tooth. The friendly bakery boasts an insane amount of baked goods: tarts, pies, cakes, cookies, you name it. They even have vegan options! Grab a treat and something from their coffee bar and settle down on their sidewalk patio.
Sage is East Williamsburg’s source for Thai food. This cozy restaurant has a modern yet warm feel, with ample sidewalk seating. Their menu is a blend of traditional and contemporary Thai dishes, as well as specialty cocktails.
Find the Best Patio Options in Brooklyn
Lockdown’s been challenging to say the least, and many of us are eager to get back out in the world and catch up with loved ones. These Brooklyn patios and outdoor dining options are ideal locations to see friends and enjoy the summer weather. Please remember to do your part in keeping yourself and others healthy by following CDC guidelines while you’re out and about.