It’s finally fall, which is my favorite time of the year, especially here in Arcadia!  We finally get a break from the high temperatures, football season has started, and we can all enjoy a nice meal or cocktail (or both!) on the patio.

With the cool weather rounding the corner, I have listed a few of my favorite local spots to check out if you are in the mood for dining alfresco!

The Attic:

The Attic is one of our go-to spots, and honestly where we usually spend (almost) every Wednesday night because they have an awesome beer and burger deal (only $12!).   Aside from the amazing food and craft beer options, the attic also has an unbelievable patio.  Since they are located on the second story, the Attic has stunning views of the sunset as it hits Camelback Mountain.  They also have an amazing fire place for colder desert nights so that you can still enjoy the crisp, winter weather in Arizona.


Ohso is another one of our favorites, especially for grabbing a bite outdoors.  Ohso has an awesome expansive patio that is dog friendly so that your pup can join you!  They even offer homemade dog treats from the leftover barley in the brewery.

The Henry: 

I’ve mentioned The Henry in a previous post, but if you haven’t gotten a chance to check out their amazing patio while dining there, you are missing out! Dawned with the quintessential tea lights, the patio is perfect for a girls brunch, but with their ceramic fire pit also provides a romantic setting for a date night.

j-petite photography

Chelsea’s Kitchen: 

Chelsea’s is one of my favorite restaurants in Arcadia, not only because of the amazing food but also because of their incredible patio.  For special occasions (birthdays, anniversaries, or just a beautiful Saturday) Matt and I love to bike up to Chelsea’s and enjoy brunch with their bottomless mimosas. Yum!


Ingo’s, or the official name, Ingo’s Tasty Food (get it?) has another patio worth mentioning.  The restaurant is shaped in a circle and with the outdoor dining space surrounding it, creating a half-circle around the restaurant.  Their patio is located on Campbell and allows ample opportunity for viewing all directions of 40th street, including the beautiful, antique, brick building and orange trees across the way.


Now that it is officially fall, who is ready to go dine on one of these awesome patios?



Arcadia Wife