Somebody Help This Poor Boy: Patio Dining In Dallas by Nancy Nichols Posted in News, Travel, Wine. Jul 17, 2009 at 1:48 pm 12 comments Now that the temperature has dropped five degrees, this young man wants a to eat on a patio in Dallas. I’m bored, y’all take it. UPDATE: Kyle Kearbey has a list. Next Post Previous Post Read This Next Wine Dinner Wednesday Wine Dinner Wednesday: Monday Edition Will Central 214 Top Chef Blythe Beck Bottom Out on TV? 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!