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Where to Eat Outside: Your Guide to Boston’s Heated Patios

Eastern Standard's patio
Eastern Standard’s patio Photo: Marlo MC

Since the City Council voted in May to allow year-round outdoor dining, there’s no need for patio season to come to an end…ever. A solid cross-section of Boston restaurants have installed heated patios. Check out the full list below and keep toasty and satisfied.

29 Newbury: Open until mid-November; same hours as the restaurant

Abe & Louie’s Steakhouse: Open daily until 9 p.m. as late as weather permits

Atlantic Beer Garden: Open as long as weather permits; same hours as restaurant

Atlantic Fish Company: Open until mid-November; same hours as restaurant

Bouchee: Open until 10 p.m. as long as weather permits

Charley’s Eating & Drinking Saloon: Open until mid-November; same hours as restaurant

Dillon’s: Open until 12 a.m. through the end of November; open until 12 a.m.

Durgin Park: Open until 10 p.m. as long as weather permits.

Eastern Standard: Open through the end of fall; same hours as restaurant

Gaslight: Open as long as weather permits;same hours as restaurant

Grafton Street
Grafton Street Photo: Marlo MC

Grafton Street Pub & Grill: Open as long as weather permits; same hours as restaurant

Harvest: Open as long as weather permits; same hours as restaurant

LTK
LTK Photo: Regan Communications

LTK: Open year-round; same hours as restaurant

Piattini: Open as long as weather permits; same hours as restaurant

Stella: Open as long as weather permits; same hours as restaurant

Tremont 647: Open until November 1; same hours as restaurant

Where to Eat Outside: Your Guide to Boston’s Heated Patios