10+ Area Patios That Accept Reservations

. July 22, 2020.

With the warm, summer weather now upon us, many people are eager to get out and eat out on some local patios. Unfortunately, with COVID-19 restrictions lifting throughout Ohio, the wait for a seat on a patio can be longer than expected. However, multiple area restaurants are currently accepting reservations for patio dining.

The Whitehouse Inn

10835 Waterville St., Whitehouse | 419-877-1180 | thewhitehouseinn.net

Known for its prime rib and margaritas, The Whitehouse Inn has a beautiful, large patio. The patio looks out on the restaurant’s luscious green lawn and has partial shade.

Photo courtesy Whitehouse Inn Facebook page

Photo courtesy Whitehouse Inn Facebook page

Sidelines Sports Eatery & Pub

8116 Secor Rd., Lambertville, MI. | 734-856-5050

2111 Mellwood Ave. | 419-474-0000

5806 Telegraph Rd. | 419-724-0097

1430 Holland Rd., Maumee | 419-897-5050

230 Milan Ave., Norwalk | 567-743-9392

sidelinessportseatery.com

With five locations offering full-service patios and daily specials, Sidelines Sports Eatery & Pub is the perfect place to enjoy a cold beer with friends. Sidelines offer an extensive menu of traditional pub fare.

Photo courtesy Sidelines Sports Eatery and Pub (Lambertville, MI) Facebook page

Photo courtesy Sidelines Sports Eatery and Pub (Lambertville, MI) Facebook page

Mason Jar Tap and Grill

8504 Secor Rd., Lambertville, MI | 734-854-8737 | masonjartapandgrill.com

Serving pizza, burgers and Nashville hot chicken sandwiches, Mason Jar Tap and Grill features a patio with partial shade. Brunch is also offered on Sundays from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

 

Rosie’s Italian Grille

606 N. McCord Rd. | 419-866-5007 | rosiesitaliangrille.com

Known for delicious Italian cuisine, Rosie’s Italian Grille offers a gorgeous patio surrounded by flowers and a koi pond. Rosie’s also features red and white sangria that is made in-house and is a crowd favorite.

Photo courtesy Rosie’s Italian Grille Facebook page

Photo courtesy Rosie’s Italian Grille Facebook page

The Chop House

300 N. Summit St., Suite 140 | 888-456-DINE | toledochophouse.com

The Chop House Toledo features a menu filled with premium steak and seafood. Also available are many specialty cocktails and an extensive wine list, which makes for a perfect evening out.

 

Souk Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar

139 S. Huron St. | 567-777-7685 | soukkitchenbar.com

A fairly new addition to the  Downtown Toledo restaurant scene is Souk Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar. Featuring a great outdoor patio, large wine list and modern Mediterranean food, Souk is a must-try.

Photo courtesy Souk Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar Facebook page

Photo courtesy Souk Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar Facebook page

The Heights

444 N. Summit St. | 419-243-7565 | theheightstoledo.com

Featuring a 360-degree view of Downtown Toledo, The Heights is a stunning rooftop bar serving modern and unique cocktails. Reservations are recommended and can be made over the phone or online via OpenTable.

Photo courtesy The Heights Toledo Facebook page

Photo courtesy The Heights Toledo Facebook page

Shorty’s True American Roadhouse

5111 Monroe St. | 419-841-9505 | mancys.com

With award-winning ribs and mouth-watering barbecue, Shorty’s True American Roadhouse is a Toledo staple. Shorty’s accepts same-day call-ahead seating for its patio.

Photo courtesy Shorty’s True American Roadhouse Facebook page

Photo courtesy Shorty’s True American Roadhouse Facebook page

Ventura’s Mexican Restaurant

7742 W. Bancroft St. | 419-841-7523 | venturasmexicanrestaurant.com

Known for irresistible margaritas — including being voted Best Margarita by Toledo City Paper readers — Ventura’s is known as one of Toledo’s favorite Mexican restaurants. Call ahead seating is accepted and encouraged after 5 p.m.

 

Black Forest Cafe (at Oak Shade Grove)

3624 Seaman Rd., Oregon | 419-593-0092 | blackforestcafe.net

With an authentic German menu and a large Biergarten, Black Forest Cafe in Oregon is a perfect place for a nice lunch or romantic dinner. Reservations are recommended and can be made via phone.

Photo courtesy Black Forest Cafe (at Oak Shade Grove) Facebook page

Photo courtesy Black Forest Cafe (at Oak Shade Grove) Facebook page

 

Flying Otter Vineyard & Winery

3402 Chase Rd., Adrian, MI | 567-302-0476 | flyingotter.com

Flying Otter Vineyard Winery is a hidden gem in Southeast Michigan. Featuring a large patio overlooking the vineyard, it is a great spot to enjoy a selection of wines with family or friends. Flying Otter has live music every Friday and Saturday from 6-8 p.m. Reservations are required and can be placed online.

Photo courtesy Flying Otter Vineyard & Winery Facebook page

Photo courtesy Flying Otter Vineyard & Winery Facebook page

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