It's officially the greatest season of the year: Peak Patio Season. We've rounded up a few of our favorite patios around Richmond to help kick things off this spring. After all, we're firm believers that everything tastes better outside with a side of sunshine and fresh air. If you don't feel safe - they still offer take-out and/or delivery services as well!
Union Market (Pictured)
This charming patio perched at the edge of Church Hill often features live music and special events and is connected not only to a market, but also an eatery packed with local flavor and ingredients.
This expansive laid back patio just off of Cary Street serves up two of the greatest necessities in life: pizza and beer. And don’t forget your favorite fur friend, he’s more than welcome here.
For the city feel without leaving the ‘burbs head to Red Salt Chophouse & Sushi. Located in Short Pump’s newest enclave, GreenGate, Red Salt features a chic patio setting – complete with fans for those Richmond summers.
All of Tazza's Richmond-area locations have patios that are now open and each one is unique. Whether you choose the Scott's Addition patio overlooking the vibrant revitalized district, or dining among the foliage and bistro lights at Short Pump, we're pretty sure you can't go wrong.
Ok, so technically they may not have a patio, per se, this deliciously refreshing rolled ice cream treat can easily be enjoyed while strolling through Carytown - which could be Richmond's largest patio?
Nestled amidst the ruins of an old tobacco warehouse on historic Tobacco Row, the whimsical setting of Bookbinders is perfect for a patio date with your significant other or the girls. When they opened the patio up following COVID-19 they added beautiful lights and tents so that you can enjoy the patio in rain or shine.