Spring and fall mean patio weather in Houston. If you want to hang out at a restaurant or bar with outdoor seating to enjoy the sunshine and perfect temperatures, here are a few great options, from the suburbs to inside the Loop.Less
Back Pew Brewing, located just north of Kingwood in Porter, has live music, food and its taproom open on weekends.
Truck Yard Houston, known for its unique design and Texas brews, is an Eado favorite. Enjoy your drink while sitting in the rusted-up bed of an old truck, or take a ride on the ferris wheel.
Kamp Houston is one of Houston's newest Black-owned bars, with a summer camp theme. It boasts a large food and drink menu, and offers brunch on the weekends.
Sugar Land restaurant Live Oak Grill has a sizeable patio area with a children's playground.
Chef-owner Anita Jaisinghani never stops adding to the moving parts that keep her all-day contemporary Indian cafe spinning like a kaleidoscope. There are always discoveries to be made in this vivid, soaring industrial space — whether at breakfast service, teatime in the upstairs Bakery Lab or cocktail hour at the snug bar.
Pearland-based Killen's Barbecue is known for its meats, but it also has open patio seating.
Midtown restaurant and bar Lost and Found has a colorful patio and balcony with a good view of the city.
Cypress Trail Hideout serves barbecue, craft beer and local spirits.
From Friday night events to a Saturday morning Drag Brunch, Bar Boheme gets the most out of its patio seating in Montrose.
If you're in Galveston, The Spot is a beachfront restaurant that offers burgers and seafood. Have a drink and some food then cross Seawall Boulevard to the beach.