Dinner with a View — Dine Outdoors at these Heated Baltimore Restaurants
We always encourage our Union Wharf residents to support local businesses. While the weather is getting a bit cooler, you can still support local and enjoy dining outdoors at these local restaurants— they’re prepared for the cool weather with outdoor heaters.
Barcocina, featuring Mexican-inspired cuisine, is led by Executive Chef Marc Dixon. Grab a seat outside with a panoramic view of the Harbor while sipping on a specialty cocktail, and keeping warm.
Make sure to reserve a spot on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday night for heated outdoor seating at Peter’s Inn before tables fill up.
Another local restaurant to Fell’s Point that encourages reservations is Bond Street Social. Brunch on the weekends, including a menu with spins on typical comfort foods, make Bond Street Social the perfect spot for your next meal, regardless of the temperature outside.
The outdoor seating overlooks the water at Ampersea. In addition to heaters, they even offer “Greenhouse Dining,” which provides individual, clear tent-like structures for your party of two. Their extensive menu features Maryland classics, like Crab Cakes and Chesapeake Deviled Eggs.
On the corner of Hudson Street and South Lakewood Avenue, Silks has a dish or beer for any craving you might have. Subs, burgers, brunch, and Maryland crab—there is something for everyone at Silks’ heated patio.
Need a drink?! Mr. NiceGuy Cocktails has over 30 cocktails to delight your tastebuds, either for take out or dine in. They also offer food like Banh Mi and Pulled Brisket. Grab a high wooden booth outside and enjoy the warmth for a nice spot to hang out.
A New American Bar and Restaurant, The Chasseur has recently added a 3rd floor bar space to their location, featuring all open sides. Additionally, they are offering completely outdoor seating with heaters. Try their Black & Blue Mac for a truly unique and delicious Mac and Cheese!
Southern food with a Baltimore twist gives your heart and stomach that warm feeling. Southern Provisions, in Canton Square, hopes you feel at home in their heated outdoor area.
La Cuchura is open for outdoor service Wednesday through Sunday. They even have virtual events, including a cooking demonstration hosted by Chef Ben Lefenfeld. With a menu that changes nightly, La Curchura is full of flavor, excitement and warmth.
Another restaurant in Hampden is True Chesapeake Oyster Co. They have the freshest tasting seafood and even grow their own oysters, which you can enjoy on their heater patio.
Rye Street Tavern has exquisitely beautiful plates of food. With main dishes, raw bar, appetizers, and brunch options, Rye Street Tavern aims to satisfy your every need. Enjoy the beautiful harbor view while dining outdoors and staying warm this fall.
Authentic Greek Cuisine isn’t just in Greece… find it here, in Harbor East, at Ouzo Bay. Keep warm on their heated patio and order the Flaming Saganaki, which is a Greek cheese covered in brandy and lit on fire, table-side!
Another restaurant proud of their authentic cuisine is Azumi. Their traditional Japanese food expands from seafood to drinks and rolls, as well as new Hibachi tables (indoor). Sit outside to enjoy their heated patio and waterfront views.
Cindy Lou’s Fish House, a brand new restaurant in Harbor Point, is offering spirited southern food with a view. Warm up with the Seafood Perlau on their heated outdoor patio.
Reserve your spot outside at this fun new restaurant, Sally Os, who is offering covered outdoor dining with heaters. Be sure to try their infamous Highlandtown Smash Burger with on of their house-made cocktails.
Don’t let cooler temperatures stop you from enjoying local foods and drinks this fall. Be safe, but still enjoy time out with friends and family here in Baltimore.