2024 Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Washington DC Area

Best Restaurant Patios in Washington DC

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 Washington DC, presented in alphabetical order.

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Belga Cafe
14/20
When you can get a seat, you'll revel in the briny aroma of mussels and the creative Eurofusion fare. See More

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Blue Duck Tavern
14/20
A contemporary, farm-to-restaurant destination at Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. See More
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Bourbon Steak
15/20
Elegant cuisine for the über gourmet. See More

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Brasserie Beck
15/20
Robert Wiedmaier's Belgian-French cooking in a highly diverting setting. See More
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Cafe Milano
14/20
A celebrity hangout that offers classic Italian fare. See More
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Cafe du Parc
14/20
Contemporary French cuisine at The Willard Washington D.C., An InterContinental Historic Hotel. See More

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Equinox on 19th
15/20
Todd and Ellen Gray put a contemporary twist on this regional-centric restaurant. See More

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Farmers Fishers Bakers
13/20
Sushi, an in-house bakery and more in an all-American setting. See More

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Fiola Mare
15/20
Waterfront restaurant with seafood fare in Georgetown. See More
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Hank's Oyster Bar
14/20
Dupont Circle celebrates this trendy seafood bar. See More
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