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  • DGirl

    Have to say The Mansion. There’s a nice shaded patio, you’re not right on the street with cars whizzing by, and there’s a $49 prix fixe dinner. I also like Sevy’s patio which is covered.

    PS – I’m bored too.

  • http://www.oneartsplaza.com/restaurants/index.html CarpeDiem

    One Arts Plaza- 4 different patio options

  • Glenn Campbell

    Patios are for D-bags.

  • Thomas

    The new Park restaurant on Henderson. Was there last night. Amazing patio.

  • hungry

    the hot dog cart outside Home Depot on Skillman is awesome…and cheap!

  • http://www.yelp.com Who Cares?

    Try Yelp. I’m over these posts. Tell me something interesting.

  • VM

    And Park again. Was there last night, and as it soon as it cools down that will be THE patio.

  • BillA

    I love The Mansion patio too. Also check out Taverna and Cafe Toulouse in Knox-Henderson and Cibus at Northpark whose patio looks out over centerpark with all those amazing sculptures from the collection of Ray Nasher

  • Twinwillow

    Patio dining in Dallas during the summer? You’re joking, right?

  • http://www.thegraperestaurant.com luscher

    The Grape…

  • OvergeneralizingRules

    Gee Glenn, that’s a roundabout way of saying you are an expert in patios, isn’t it?

    State & Allen Lounge is a nice one, so is the one in back of Thomas Ave Beverage Company (TABC). Idle Rich and Blackfriar’s are fun, but the other day I stumbled upon a rooftop patio about half a block up McKinney Ave. at Liar’s Den. It has something like 2 or 3 big TV’s up there, a nice view of downtown, and great bar food. I don’t know how long it has been up there, but I wish I had known a lot sooner.

  • DJ

    State & Allen. Great people watching, dog friendly, and excellent food. Try their frosty Cazadore Meltdowns with some buffalo chicken strips — icy and spicy!