2024 Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Central Coast (CA) Area

Best Restaurant Patios in Central Coast (CA)

Enjoy dining al fresco? Let yourself be romanced by the sidewalk sounds of a big city or pampered by the peacefulness of a restaurant's patio garden. Flock to the terrace, deck or boulevard table and share a bite under the sun, an oversized patio umbrella or the stars.

Check out GAYOT's list of the Best Restaurants for Outdoor Seating in Central Coast (CA), presented in alphabetical order.

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15 Degrees C Wine Shop & Bar
QB
Try local, domestic and international wines, cheeses and other gourmet items at this unpretentious wine bar. See More
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California, Cheese, Wine Bar
Indigo Moon
12/20
Café/cheese store/wine bar located in the heart of Cambria. See More
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Lido Restaurant
14/20
Dine on California cuisine beside the Pacific Ocean. See More
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Luna Red
14/20
Seasonally inspired global fare in the heart of San Luis Obispo. See More
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Moonstone Beach Bar & Grill
11/20
No beachfront tourist trap, this family-friendly seafood house offers generous portions at reasonable prices. See More
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Global, Small Plates, Vegetarian
Novo
13/20
An artsy eatery for global dishes from Thailand, Japan and the Mediterranean. See More
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Rooster Creek Tavern
11/20
A neighborhood spot that’s appropriate for the whole family or for drinks and a nosh after work, plus there are plenty of screens for sports fans. See More
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Schooners
13/20
A casual neighborhood spot with views from the upstairs patio and bar. See More
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Thomas Hill Organics
14/20
Farm-fresh ingredients shine in classically inspired dishes at this popular bistro. See More
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