Combine your love for local beer and patio season before summer ends.
These three restaurants have patios that offer impressive views of parks or the city. Or, in the case of River Café, a little bit of both.
Ditch work midday to sit on a patio and get a deal. It doesn't get much better.
Whether you're planning a first date or a special anniversary, these romantic patios are winners.
Blocked off from the street by wooden fences, walls and cast iron boiler doors, these patios offer some privacy while you eat.
Cocktails, tacos and popcorn are all cheap and cheerful patio snacks that won't break the bank.
If you're going to be out late, you're going to want to be at one of these patios.
These patios have water bowls, mats and even a three-course tasting menu for Rufus.
Visit one of these new patios for breakfast, southern barbecue, tacos, beer and more.
Grab some friends and head to one of these patios, which range from lively rooftop spots to a sidewalk-facing patio with the aura of a never-ending beer garden.
When we say Kensington, we mean we’re counting all the patios along Kensington Road N.W. between 14th Street and 10th Street N.W., and all the patios on 10th Street N.W. from Memorial Drive up to 3rd Avenue N.W.
Pair your drink or meal with an unbeatable view on one of these rooftop patios.