31 "Outdoor/Patio Situation" restaurants in Washington DC.
Hazel has an American menu with Japanese and Korean twists, and it’s one of the most exciting places to eat in DC right now.
The Ferris Bueller of DC restaurants, The Royal is cool without trying too hard. Come for great Colombian food and cocktails.
A casual and cheap Mexican spot with excellent tacos, corn, and drinks.
A highly attractive spot located on the highly trendy Blagden Alley, The Dabney will impress both your date and your Instagram followers.
There are plenty of places to get ramen in DC, but Haikan is doing it a bit differently. Try it for a casual dinner next time you're in Shaw.
Timber is a casual pizza spot in Shaw that's great for a low-key dinner or a group-hang outside.
The food at Colada Shop is just okay, but the space and location make it a good place for a quick meal around U Street.
Bread Furst is a bakery in Van Ness with some of our favorite pastries in town. It’s also a good spot for a quick breakfast or lunch.
Northside Social is a coffee shop by day and a wine bar at night. If you live in Arlington, it will come in handy at least once a week.
Kapnos is your Arlington go-to when your family is in town. The Mediterranean spot was made for big group and picky eaters.
Mussel Bar is a go-to when your parents are in town. Grab a seat on the patio if it’s nice out.
In the middle of Clarendon, Cava Mezze is a solid spot for a Mediterranean group dinner or brunch.
Pupatella doesn’t look like much from the outside, but it’s serving the best pizza in Arlington.
For dressed up Italian and good views in Navy Yard, head to Osteria Morini.