Baja Grill is a vibrant, Mex-Cali eatery and margarita bar with locations in the Heights and in Benton. The eatery’s array of carnivorous, as well as vegetarian and vegan options, are bound to make everyone’s mouth water.
The restaurant’s colorful twist on Mexican food can be observed from anywhere in the restaurant, and even from the shaded patio. The fun and lively environment can be enjoyed from the patio, while breathing in cool air and watching friendly neighbors go about and enjoy their evening.
The porch, surrounded by gorgeous plants and foliage and equipped with shade screens, is sure to make your afternoon or evening enjoyable, rain or shine. Head to Baja Grill for a fun, relaxing meal, grab a margarita (or a cocktail if you’re feeling fancy), and head to the patio to enjoy the Southern air, watching the world go by.
A Little Rock staple for the past decade, Dizzy’s Gypsy Bistro has a dog-friendly patio just off its bar. With large purple drapes to keep the sun off you, Dizzy’s patio is a great place for a date or for simply dining and drinking with friends.
The whimsical and eclectic atmosphere of the Dizzy’s dining room extends out onto the covered patio, as does the exceptional customer service and delectable new-American cuisine that it has become so well known for.
Grab a table, start off with some of its famous cheese dip, and enjoy a meal at Dizzy’s watching the world of the River Market go by.
DOE’S EAT PLACE
Easy to find at the corner of Ringo and West Markham in downtown Little Rock, Doe’s Eat Place offers convenient curbside parking and your choice of inside or outside dining.
Throughout its duration as an eatery in Central Arkansas, the restaurant has become one of the most acclaimed and storied landmarks in the state. It’s the perfect concoction of good food meets good people that has formed an essence of comfort and heritage.
This down-to-earth, no-frills Southern atmosphere is where great food and casual dining have made it one of the most favored and talked about restaurants in the Delta. And after its latest remodeling, the dining room and patio at Doe’s are better than ever.
Dugan’s Pub, located at the corner of 3rd and Rock streets in the Rivermarket of downtown Little Rock, has been well known over the past decade for its American spin on Irish classics.
Fish and chips, corned beef and plenty of potatoes are among the specialties at the Central Arkansas staple — the other is having a patio from which to enjoy them all.
Watch the Rivermarket pulse with life as you try Dugan’s reuben sandwich or enjoy the evening breeze as you sip on a pint of Guinness or Blackberry Gin Fizz.
One thing is for certain — the atmosphere of Dugan’s Pub’s patio will make the taste of Ireland unforgettable.
Nestled beneath the shady canopy of a massive oak tree, the patio at Scallions is located more than 10 steps below the hustle and bustle of Kavanaugh Blvd. With seating for more than 50 patrons, it is the perfect spot for a cozy lunch with friends and family. With the protection and comfort of the old oak tree and the lower altitude, milder temperatures can be enjoyed in our dog-friendly courtyard year round.
In addition to great lunch offerings on the patio, Scallions also offers venue rental and full-service catering so you can host a special event in the Scallions courtyard and not have to worry about cooking and cleaning. They’ll create a custom menu for you to ensure you and your guests have the best possible experience.
The owner duo invite you to check out for yourself what makes the patio at Scallions one of Little Rock’s best.
SOUTH ON MAIN
Hungry for a taste of the arts with a colorful outdoor venue? South on Main provides a unique cultural and culinary experience, including a restaurant and performance venue featuring the best of Southern cuisine and culture.
You can enjoy house-smoked pulled pork or fried catfish while watching musical performances, literary readings, film screenings and other forms of artistic expression at South on Main.
And South on Main’s patio is a true sight to behold. The enclosed area with painted fencing provides a sense of security, while the assortment of foliage and plants gives the patio a sense of natural wonder. The patio umbrellas lend the dining area a pop of color, making the patio just as artistic as the performances showcased at the eatery.
The next time you’re hungry for Southern cuisine, the arts and an evening breeze, be sure to stop by South on Main.
Since its creation in 2012, The Fold has been perfecting the art of making cocktails and Mexican food with a Little Rock twist. Their location in a renovated filling station lends an old-school air to an already classic joint.
The Fold has always been well known for its brightly colored, retro-style eatery, and for its Cali-Mex delicacies. But did you know that The Fold has also had a major patio expansion?
Now you can enjoy cheese dip and your favorite beverages with more space than ever.
To ensure maximum safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Fold has added a large, 20×40-foot tent to its parking lot, allowing space for an additional six tables. This stylish awning-style tent is decorated with strings of warm, outdoor lights and is surrounded by greenery, plants and vibrant flowers.
Even on hot days, powerful fans that help circulate air have designated The Fold’s new patio to be the coolest place in Little Rock.
See for yourself, and grab a bite to eat while you’re there.
Hungry for Japan with the evening breeze of Arkansas? Head over to Kemuri Restaurant for a taste of premium seafood and top notch sushi.
While you’re there, be sure to check out their street side patios. This patio’s smaller, classier design provides an air of intimacy as a string of warm lights above give off a comfortable glow.
Enjoy all of the flavors of Japan with the coziness of Kavanaugh. Check out the patio dining options at Kemuri Restaurant.