Bars and restaurants across greater Boston are re-opening their patios and unveiling newly remodeled outdoor spaces for Spring 2018. What could be better than a lovely garden patio, you ask?
How about the panoramic seaside or skyline views from a rooftop bar? These 6 spots all have a little something special to offer - whether it's location, decor or fabulous food!
1. Pier 6
Head to Charlestown's Pier 6 for some of the most breathtaking views the city has to offer - and the food isn't bad either! The large deck is open for lunch, dinner or drinks from the bar's extensive wine, beer and cocktail menus. Although the full food menu is not available on the roof deck, they do serve raw bar items and a variety of select entrees.
The Collonade Hotel is home to Boston's one and only rooftop pool! Unfortunately, the rooftop is closed to the public on weekends, but you can cool down with a dip and a cocktail Monday through Friday. The rooftop bar offers full food and beverage service so all you have to worry about is nabbing a chair and relaxing.
Tony C's Fenway location offers ballpark-style food directly next door to the ballpark! Enjoy a burger, sandwich, nachos or a lobster roll as you watch the game on one of the roof deck's high-def TVs. There is also a full bar menu of draft or canned beer, wine, and cocktails.
The third floor of Legal Seafood's massive Harborside location features expansive waterfront views, sushi, appetizers and cocktails by the pitcher. Legal Harborside's deck is open year-round with glass walls and a fireplace for those chilly winter days. When spring arrives, the walls and roof retract for a larger, more open space.
The Seaport's trendy rooftop Sky Lounge at Yotel Boston offers indoor and outdoor spaces running the entire length of the building. They are open year-round with river and skyline views. The space offers a snack menu, craft beers, original cocktails, and a robot butler named YO2D2.
Enjoy panoramic views of Boston's harbor and skyline as you sip unique house-made craft cocktails, micro brews and wine by the glass. Sadly, the Lookout does not serve food, but they do offer heated “igloos” so guests can enjoy the space year-round!
H/T to Eater Boston