Best Patios

The 5 best San Antonio patios for dining al fresco this summer

The 5 best San Antonio patios for dining al fresco this summer

La Fogata
Tiled tables, flowing fountains, and a festive atmosphere make for great patio dining at La Fogata. La Fogata/Facebook
Grayze patio cocktail San Antonio
Sip a refreshing cocktail on Grayze's large covered patio. Grayze/Facebook
The Luxury San Antonio
Enjoy river views and shade all day on The Luxury's new patio. Chris A./Yelp
La Fogata
Grayze patio cocktail San Antonio
The Luxury San Antonio

We know it's hot out — at times unbearable. Luckily, San Antonio boasts comfortable outdoor dining with shade, fresh air, and a cool breeze so you don't have to hide out indoors. Head to these top five patios with great views, guaranteed to keep you refreshed even during these warm Texas months.

La Fogata
Margaritas and a bright, colorful ceviche make this spot a great patio for an after work gathering. There's always a slight breeze blowing through this spacious beauty. The tables are tiled, the fountains are always flowing, and the atmosphere is festive.

Two Bros BBQ Market
The giant and enveloping trees on this patio space make a lovely place for families to gather. The smoky smells waft through and rev up your palate for barbecue goodness while the kids play on the expansive playground. Fans keep you chillin', so you can linger awhile and enjoy dessert.

The Luxury
River views and shade all day. Your favorite joint for casual eats that are over-the-top delicious is open for business. New improvements to The Luxury have the concept at a much cooler temperature than before, and the results are everything you need for those amazing sandos.

Grayze
Grayson Street is lively these days with new restaurants popping up all the time. Grayze on Grayson is a beautiful refuge in the city with a large covered patio and fans circulating the air around nicely. Plus, it hosts backyard burger bashes every Saturday with games to entertain and an amazing wine list to boot.

La Fonda on Main
The clay tiled roof is like a beacon of awesomeness when it comes to patio dining. Lush and green, it always feels like a tropical destination. It's the oldest Mexican restaurant in the city, and there are tasty tacos and other noshes to go along with the fresh air you crave.

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