The Best Outdoor Dining in Philly

The Best Outdoor Dining in Philly

The Best Outdoor Dining in Philly (Photo: Red Owl Tavern)

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Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite - as the temperature in Philly finally heats up We’ve rounded up a few of Philly’s most popular outdoor dining and drinking options for your enjoyment:

  • Burg’s Hideaway Lounge, is Philadelphia’s tiki destination for outdoor seating and Polynesian fare. Guests can grab a shaded seat underneath an umbrella and sip on Burg’s new dressed can cocktail, Grapefruit Paloma, with grapefruit Austin Eastciders, tequila, curaçao, lime and dressed in mint and an orchid flower ($9). Burg’s Hideaway Lounge | 1200 S. 21st St. | 215-271-6627 |
  • Red Owl TavernPhiladelphia’s only outdoor seating on Independence Mall, provides guests with historical views and a vast selection of whiskeys and craft cocktails by Lead Bartender Kyle Darrow, in addition to Chef Caitlin Mateo’s fresh spring dishes. Red Owl Tavern | 433 Chestnut St. | 215-923-2267 |
  • Philly\'s Assembly Rooftop Lounge offers Philadelphians an expansive rooftop experience with fire pits and unrivaled views of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia Art Museum, and Center City. Imbibe in style this season with a frosé in hand. Assembly Rooftop Lounge | 1840 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215-783-4171 |
  • Urban Farmer, a modern American steakhouse, has generous outdoor seating along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, where folks can dine al fresco for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Look for Tuesday night featured brewers.  Urban Farmer | 1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215-963-2788 |
  • Philly's Rex 1516, on South St. offers guests outdoor seating and an array of Southern fare. Stop by for St. Louis style Spare Ribs and Collard Green Spaetzle, while enjoying happy hour specials every day from 5 to 7 p.m.  Rex 1516 | 1516 South St. | 267-319-1366 |
  • SQUARE 1682,  for innovative craft cocktails by Lead Bartender Daniel Kulisek and appetizers, while soaking in the sun. Throughout the summer, Square 1682 will be hosting various outdoor programming, including a return of Square 1682’s popular outdoor BYOD (Bring Your Dog) brunch starting in May to benefit PSPCA. Square 1682 | 121 South 17th St. | 215-563-5008 |
  • Philly's MilkBoy, provides Philadelphians dynamic music venues and outdoor seating at its locations on Chestnut St. and South St. Both restaurants are prime people-watching spots, bring a friend and enjoy some shareable snacks.  MilkBoy | 1100 Chestnut St. & 401 South St. | 215-925-6455 |
  • The Twisted Tail, enjoy outdoor dining and Southern-inspired dishes and beverages. Settle in for a bourbon or whiskey flight and a fresh meal off the charcoal grill. During the dog days of summer, Philadelphians can cool down with Champagne Pop cocktails! The Twisted Tail | 509 South 2nd St. | 215-558-2471 |
  • SkyGarten, perched on the 51st floor of Three Logan Square. The city’s highest beer garden, guests will enjoy a bevy of beverages, German and American food and unprecedented views of Philadelphia. SkyGarten will open on April 18th and its hours will be 5 to 10 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 5 to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. SkyGarten | 1717 Arch St. | 215-557-7887 |

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