Our Favorite Fort Worth Patio Spots


Our Favorite Fort Worth Patio Spots

When it comes to summer activities, there’s nothing like sharing a tasty meal or refreshing drink on a Fort Worth patio with friends. Even though COVID-19 has changed how we socialize, patios remain a safer way to meet up with friends or family. So when the urge strikes to go out for a bite on a nice night, make sure to check out these popular Fort Worth patios:


This outdoor restaurant has been a patio mainstay in Fort Worth for eight years, and remains one of the best places in town to enjoy the summer weather. The outdoor dining area sits right on the banks of the Trinity River, so you can take in the beautiful scenery while eating a delicious meal. Serving up traditional BBQ with a twist, Woodshed Smokehouse is sure to have a mouthwatering dish that will strike your fancy. (And with their new dog-friendly menu, so will your pup!)

Heim BBQ on the River

Heim is a BBQ stop you’ve likely heard of or enjoyed already. What began as a local food truck is now a local mainstay with two locations. Their famous bacon burnt ends are the most popular item, but don’t let that stop you from tasting the rest of the menu! The restaurant’s newer second location off White Settlement Road features a huge covered deck and lush garden area. So, grab some brisket, a few sides, and enjoy a summer evening in the shade.

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Branch & Bird

For an elevated outdoor experience (quite literally), Branch & Bird is the place to be. Downtown rooftop views, contemporary cuisine, and live music on Saturdays makes dining at this popular eatery feel like a special night out. Known for their wine, spirits, and signature cocktails, you’ll be able to beat the Texas heat while still enjoying the Fort Worth skyline. They even have an exclusive wine club for their many regulars! If classy appetizers, elegant drinks, and sophisticated brunches are up your alley, Branch & Bird is the perfect patio for you.

Joe T. Garcia's

No Fort Worth patio list can be complete without the most famous Tex-Mex spot in Cowtown. Joe T. Garcia’s has been a staple in the Fort Worth community since 1935, serving sizzling lunch and dinner platters and specialty margaritas. As the restaurant continues to become more and more popular, outdoor seating is quickly expanding; what was once a small patio with a pool has evolved into a patio oasis that can seat over 1,000 hungry customers!

HG Sply Co.

If you’re more of a clean-eater, HG Sply Co. boasts a menu suited for vegans, vegetarians, and those with common food allergies. Even if you don’t have dietary restrictions, they have a vast number of clean-eating options to choose from.Their patio overlooks the Trinity River and is surrounded by beautiful foliage and romantic string lights – the perfect setting for a warm, summer evening. They also have patio games like cornhole to keep your group entertained. If you’re looking for a great meal with a side of fresh air, HG Sply Co is the place to go.

MUTTS Canine Cantina

Bringing your furry friend with you to MUTTS isn’t just okay, it’s encouraged. MUTTS Canine Cantina is a dog-friendly restaurant and off-leash dog park that is a must-visit spot for Fort Worthians with sociable dogs. While you enjoy a local draft beer or margarita, your dog can enjoy the built-in play area. They even have special events that offer discounts on drinks and fun activities for your dog. Trade a boring walk around the block for a fun day in the sun at MUTTS.

Our Favorite Fort Worth Patios in 2020

Restaurant dining has changed this summer, but summertime doesn’t have to lose all its fun. Head to a patio and enjoy the warm weather, cool drinks, and family time you need. After all, your support during difficult times like these is what helps keep our favorite Fort Worth spots up and running.

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