Winter is coming…and you don’t have to live in the Seven Kingdoms to feel that angst! In the COVID-19 era, outdoor hangs are the safest way to get together with loved ones. Luckily, Seattle-area restaurants have you (and your pup) covered with heated Seattle patios for this wet, cold season. We’ve confirmed that all these patios are still open and heated as of this posting!
Bar, restaurant, AND coffee shop—all with a dog-friendly, heated patio? This spot truly has it all. It operates as Red Arrow Coffee by day (7 a.m.–1 p.m.) and Brimmer and Heeltap restaurant by night (Thursday thru Sunday from 5–9 p.m.).
You know what else comes with Seattle fall and winter? Seahawks games! If you absolutely need to get out of the house to watch, try Limoncello in Belltown. You can bring your decked out dog to their front patios, which are toasty thanks to atmospheric lights, space heaters, and (drumroll) an outdoor TV.
A massive streetside tent takes up the entire parking lot next door to the Asian fusion hotspot in Columbia City, where you and your fluffer can even order via QR code to further minimize contact. Not exactly a patio paw se, but gets the job done!
If you’re like us, you like your noodles RECKLESS! This Asian-fusion noodle house is the perfect spot to warm up on the inside with a bowl of vermicelli or soup while staying cozy outside on their covered outdoor space. While noodles take center stage in the name, the cocktail menu is the hidden star in this atmospheric hang.
This pizza joint in the International District mastered the open-air concept loooong before the pandemic! While many scrambled to adjust outside, there was no pivoting needed for Humble Pie, which has always boasted a “picnic table compound” concept. Nothing has changed here: still great pies, warm exterior, and–if you’re lucky–you might get a table next to the chicken coop! Totally unrelated note: Please keep your dogs leashed…
Any of these heated patios in Seattle on your fren’s agendog this weekend? Give us a howl in the comments and don’t forget to tag #SidewalkDog!
Featured photo: Paula Morin
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