New Orleans April 22, 2017
9 New Orleans Restaurants With The Most Amazing Outdoor Patios You’ll Love To Lounge On
Springtime in New Orleans isn’t always this beautiful, but when it is, it can be really great to sit outside in a restaurant. Here are some of the best outdoor patios that we think you will enjoy!
1) Pagoda Café, 1430 N Dorgenois St.
Nestled in the 7th ward, this special spot offers delicious baked goods as well as awesome sandwiches. Plus the crowd is always really friendly and sometimes on the weekends there is an awesome flower pop-up!
2) The Velvet Cactus, 6300 Argonne Blvd.
If you're looking for a beautiful place to enjoy your margaritas, check out this Lakeview spot. It's got awesome drinks, a great atmosphere, and delicious Mexican favorites. Perfect for families or large groups!
3) The Delachaise, 3442 St. Charles Ave.
When you're looking for a great happy hour, this is the spot. You'll love the amazing duck fat fries. And the views of St. Charles Ave. are so lovely.
4) Café Amelie, 912 Royal St.
Well known as one of the most beautiful garden patios in the French Quarter, this is an awesome spot for lunch or brunch...or dinner. Awesome french food can be found here, alongside lots of natural beauty.
5) Bacchanal Wine, 600 Poland Ave.
Live music, a huge wine selection, and all the fine cheese you could ever want? What's not to love about this bywater spot. You would never expect so much beauty to be found at such an unassuming spot.
6) Dat Dog, 5030 Rue Freret, 3336 Magazine St.
Dat Dog is known for their awesome sausages and amazing selection of toppings. But they also get one other thing right on point when it comes to their outdoor areas. It's an awesome place to relax and enjoy.
7) Café Degas, 3127 Esplanade Ave.
If you are looking for a luxurious experience, visit Cafe Degas. It's completely beautiful and offers impeccable French food. You should try the frog legs!
8) Casa Borrega, 1719 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
You'll feel like you've traveled to Mexico when you find yourself here. Beautiful walls and awesome tables will delight you. And the awesome food is great as well.
9) Pat O’Brien’s, 718 St. Peter St.
Well known throughout New Orleans for the amazing hurricanes invented here, Pat O'Brien's is a French Quarter staple. But it may just be that the etouffee is one of the most delicious things to eat here!
What’s your favorite outdoor patio in New Orleans? Do you have one that you love in the spring? Let us know in the comments below. We love to hear your ideas and feedback!