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Gracie's - MIKEY SALTAS
  • Mikey Saltas
  • Gracie's

The Ultimate Patio Guide
Sip on a drink and munch on some killer grub at these fine al fresco settings.

By Samantha Herzog and Rachelle Fernandez

Alleged
This rustic brothel-turned-tavern is keeping Ogden's downtown culture alive with its refreshing roof deck and bar scene.
201 25th St., Ogden, 801-990-0692, alleged25th.com

Blue Iguana
The homey Mexican cuisine and colorful outdoor patio here are hidden treasures found at the heart of the downtown SLC experience.
165 S. West Temple, 801-533-9800, blueiguanarestaurant.net

Bohemian Brewery
If cozy cabins and European-style craft brews are your flavor then look no further than this intriguing Old World microbrewery.
94 Fort Union Blvd., Midvale, 801-566-5474, bohemianbrewery.com

Cannella's/Taco Taco
As next-door neighbors, Canella's and Taco Taco are a high-quality combo that titilates the palate.
204 E. 500 South, 801-355-8518, canellas.com

Cliff Dining Pub
High-end urban American fare and a scenic city overlook are the hallmarks of this classy drink-and-dinner bar.
12234 Draper Gate Drive, Draper, 801-523-2053, cliffdiningpub.com

Cotton Bottom Inn
This local favorite promises an intimate no-frills experience with the best garlic burger found on the Wasatch Front.
6200 Holladay Blvd., Holladay, 801-273-9830, cottonbottominn.com

The Dodo
Their in-house recipes and clean presentation are sure to leave a lasting impression.
1355 E. 2100 South, 801-486-2473, thedodorestaurant.com

Elixir Lounge
Softly lit and inviting, this relaxed-yet-cultured location offers high-quality service without sacrificing comfort.
6405 S. 3000 East, Holladay, 801-943-1696, elixirloungeslc.com

Feldman's Deli
This specialty East Coast-style sandwich shop keeps plates piled high with corned beef, pastrami and rye.
2005 E. 2700 South, 801-906-0369, feldmansdeli.com

Gracie's
Summer days (and nights) mean live entertainment and good times at this breezy downtown locale.
326 S. West Temple, 801-819-7565, graciesslc.com

JOHN TAYLOR
  • John Taylor

Green Pig Pub
The savory menu of this popular sports bar satisfies brunch through dinner and is home to an understandably award-winning rooftop patio overlooking scenic downtown.
31 E. 400 South, 801-532-7441, thegreenpigpub.com

JOSH SCHEUERMAN
  • Josh Scheuerman

The Hog Wallow Pub
If the enchanting décor and woodsy musical demeanor doesn't warm your insides, their barbecue definitely will.
3200 E. Big Cottonwood Canyon Road, 801-733-5567, thehogwallow.com

La Caille
The ever-elegant La Caille is a little slice of the French countryside sheltered on the outskirts of the city. With grounds kept gorgeous year-round, their breezy wooden patio and roaming peacocks are a genuine delight.
9565 S. Wasatch Blvd., Sandy, 801-942-1751, lacaille.com

Lucky 13
Famous for its gourmet burgers and lively atmosphere, this classic sports pub and grill proves you can never go wrong with good burgers, bacon and an outdoor bar.
135 W. 1300 South, 801-487-4418, lucky13slc.com

Mazza
Between the dreamy bronzed décor and the aromatic Middle Eastern menu, there's something undeniably romantic about the vegan-friendly locale.
Multiple locations, mazzacafe.com

Piper Down Pub
If you're looking for a place with character, Piper Down is an eccentric "Olde World"-style pub with a rooftop bar and a lot of swagger.
1492 S. State, 801-468-1492, piperdownpub.com

Poplar Street Pub
The housemade food and laidback persona of this pub make it a solid choice for your next Sunday brunch or weekend music bar-hop.
242 S. 200 West, 801-532-2715, poplarstreetpub.com

Prohibition
The roaring '20s echoes through the streets of Murray. With Chaplin-inspired cocktails, a fire pit patio and burlesque shows, this spot gives SLC an authentic glimpse of the infamous bootleg era.
151 E. 6100 South, Murray, 801-281-4852, prohibitionutah.com

Roots Café
The only café were fresh creative food is made affordable, this east Millcreek patio is the perfect brunch spot after a hike.
3474 S. 2300 East, 801-277-6499, rootscafeslc.com

JOHN TAYLOR
  • John Taylor

Ruth's Diner
Known for its bustling festive patio, and embraced by trees and live music, the second-oldest restaurant in Utah is a must for residents and visitors alike.
4160 Emigration Canyon Road, 801-582-5807, ruthsdiner.com

The Sun Trapp
Bust a move to the DJ, or head outside onto their newly revamped deck for a lively environment.
102 S. 600 West, 385-235-6786, facebook.com/thesuntrapp

Taqueria 27
Housing an artistic interpretation of Latin American food, T27 offers shade and margaritas in spirited downtown SLC.
149 E. 200 South, 385-259-0940, taqueria27.com

The Garage
Refinery never tasted so good. Add fried chicken and waffles or some housemade burgers and a healthy dose of live music and you've got The Garage.
1199 Beck St., 801-521-3904, garageonbeck.com

The Royal
With jammin' reggae nights and billiards, this Murray establishment is a one-stop shop to welcome the warm summer months.
4760 S. 900 East, 801-590-9940, theroyalslc.com

The Tap Room
From high-quality Scotch to outdoor yoga, this pub draws the Sugar House crowd outside with a warm atmosphere and a welcoming patio.
2021 S. Windsor Circle, 801-484-6692

Tin Angel
The shaded patio—brimming with a wild blooming lilac bush—is an ideal summer scene (not to mention, a perfect setting for their award-winning European eats).
365 W. 400 South, 801-328-4155, thetinangel.com

Tradition
Summer bod be damned! Watching the sunset over a cotton-candy-hued sky from this eastside patio view makes any cheat meal well worth it.
501 E. 900 South, 385-202-7167, traditionslc.com

Trio
This easy-to-find Italian joint is a colorful way to enjoy a fire-roasted pizza pie perfectly paired with tasty California wines.
680 S. 900 East, 801-533-8746, triodining.com

Twist
A spacious patio and live entertainment brings in crowds with their signature burgers and cocktails.
32 Exchange Place, 801-322-3200, twistslc.com

White Horse
Named after an LDS prophecy. Find rich bourbon- and blended liquor-themed desserts here.
325 S. Main, 801-363-0137, whitehorseslc.com

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