Take advantage of The Palm Beaches’ temperatures and eat al fresco all year long!
While there are many waterfront dining options in The Palm Beaches, our area also boasts a plethora of outdoor seating options near the beaches and inland. Here are a few suggestions to savor your meal on a covered terrace, embellished exterior, or lush patio.
Opened by Chef Pushkar Marathe in February 2020, Stage Kitchen serves globally-inspired cuisine, with a focus on traditional Indian flavors, as well as dishes inspired by other international cuisines. Seat on the elegant patio and order the famous Spicy Tuna Bomb or try one of their delicious curries. Don’t forget to order the bread… You can’t miss the black truffle naan!
Address: 2000 Pga Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408.
One of the most coveted dining destinations on the island, Cafe Boulud is a Palm Beach staple from the legendary Michelin-star Chef Daniel Boulud. Nestled inside The Brazilian Court Hotel, Cafe Boulud boasts an outdoor terrace within the serene fountain courtyard. The menu was designed by Chef Boulud and Executive Chef Dieter Samijn, and it reflects Boulud’s French heritage while incorporating the South Florida locality through local produce and seafood.
Address: 301 Australian Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
Lynora’s at Alton Town Center features an open-air indoor/outdoor dining experience as well as patio seating. Enjoy a glass of wine during the energetic happy hour, dine on Burrata and Bolognese for dinner, or try a brunch pizza on the weekend. The large sliding glass doors allow for an open-air experience while still enjoying the atmosphere of the main dining room. You can hear the music and see the flames of the wood-fired oven in the kitchen. The restaurant’s location in the heart of Alton Town Center also allows for views of public art and water features. Lynora’s locations in Jupiter and downtown West Palm Beach also offer patio seating.
Address: 5320 Donald Ross Rd Ste 135, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418.
A watering hole by Chef Tim Lipman, The Parched Pig is more than just craft cocktails and local brews. Featuring a revolving menu of small plates, charcuterie, tacos, and oysters, the aptly nicknamed “cool pig” provides a great selection of noshes to accompany happy hour. Featuring an outdoor patio with string lights and greenery running alongside the length of the interior, The Parched Pig is a great option for outdoor dining. The wood-walled planters create a secluded atmosphere, which is quieter than the interior and allows for congregating under the stars.
Address: 4580 Donald Ross Rd Ste 100, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418.
With dangling surfboards, string lights, and a steady supply of good vibes, it doesn’t get much more laid-back than the outdoor seating at Dune Dog. A favorite of Jupiter beachgoers and locals since 1994, this super-casual joint is known for its chili dogs, burgers, barbecue ribs, seafood platters, and waffle fries. The open-air café is tucked among lush foliage just a short drive from Jupiter’s beaches.
Address: 775 N Alternate A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477.
Nestled inside the Hilton West Palm Beach, Galley is a grill house and bar serving the finest meats and a mix of local and international cuisine. Reserve your table on the lush outdoor patio and enjoy a wide variety of specialty dishes and unique twists on the classic fare. Or, reserve your table for a romantic dinner near the expansive fire pit, or experience the Mimosa and Bloody Mary bar during the bottomless brunch.
Address: 600 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
Sister restaurant to the ultra-popular Benny’s on the Beach – Pier Location, this restaurant offers its famous seafood bakes Monday through Friday evenings and Spanish paella Saturday and Sunday evenings, among many more dishes. With gorgeous decor featuring Spanish tiles and wicker lighting, it’s a beautiful spot to enjoy the ocean breeze on the front patio and catch glimpses of glistening Lake Worth Beach. Take a post-meal stroll on the beach or sip on a piña colada in a cored pineapple on the pier.
Address: 10 South Ocean Blvd, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460.
The ever-changing daily menu of Oceano Kitchen has kept foodies coming back to this gem from Chefs Jeremy and Cindy Bearman. Featuring produce by local farmers, inventive pizzas, flavorful dishes, and addictive desserts by Chef Cindy, this cash-only establishment includes front deck outdoor seating. The front porch stays abuzz throughout the evening with table seating, while the indoor bar provides an intimate glimpse at the chefs behind the dishes. The caliber of cooking creates an inviting mood of happy diners and plate-watching to inspire your next order.
Address: 201 E Ocean Ave, Lantana, FL 33462.
Located in the festive 500 block of downtown West Palm Beach, Hullabaloo centers around the wood stove that prepares much of its menu. The hand-crafted cocktails make this a popular happy hour spot, but dinner and brunch can’t be missed either. While the restaurant has a rocking interior inspired by music and front sidewalk seating, don’t miss out on the back patio. Snag a table outside in what feels like a secret garden or sit within the patio’s vintage Airstream. The flowers climbing above you? They’re clematis flowers, just like the street.
Address: 517 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
Farmer’s Table is a farm-to-table concept featuring grab-and-go meals and on-site dining. The menu is seasonally inspired offering global dishes prepared using the freshest ingredients possible. You can choose from a variety of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, entrees, and flatbreads across lunch, dinner, and brunch. The farmhouse-inspired interior gives way to umbrella-covered seating in the outdoor courtyard. A second location also features a large open-air terrace overlooking the North Palm Beach County Club golf course.
Known for its bustling happy hour, SALT7 has several outdoor seating options, including table seating as well as lounge areas perfect for watching the action on Atlantic Avenue and within the restaurant walls. The vibe is sultry, and the food is inventive, modern American. Hell’s Kitchen winner Chef Paul Niedermann serves tantalizing dishes ranging from a 20-ounce bone-in ribeye to sushi pizza. Other SALT7 favorites include its prime steaks, raw bar, seafood, and premium cocktails whether you dine for lunch, dinner, or brunch.
Address: 32 SE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444.
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