11 Heated Covered Patios In North Atlanta

Atlantans have always loved a good outdoor patio as a great place to share a meal. Now that we're two (plus) years into COVID quarantines and social distancing it's become more important than ever for restaurants to keep their patios open year-round. But when the weather is wet or cold, we need to find a patio that is covered and heated to stay warm and dry. Here are 11 great North Atlanta patios to enjoy with friends and loved ones this winter.


Roswell/John’s Creek/Alpharetta


1) Table & Main

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1095 Canton Street

Table & Main opened in 2011 with a clear, confident vision of becoming Roswell’s adopted clubhouse. They serve “simple, seasonal, and Southern” cuisine in a beautifully restored century-old homestead on Canton Street in the heart of Roswell’s vibrant Historic District.


2) Minnie Olivia Pizzeria

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10 Roswell Street, Alpharetta

Minnie Olivia is a neighborhood wood-fired Neo-Neapolitan Style pizzeria driven by local seasonal ingredients and products, where Southern Italy and The South meet! These experiences culminate into a worldly atmosphere, the perfect local dive.


3) Lapeer Seafood Market

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12 North Broad Street, Alpharetta

Lapeer is a chef-inspired Steak and seafood concept with a boutique coastal vibe setting located in the heart of Historic Downtown Alpharetta. We source our fresh seafood and day boat fish from the gulf and east coast and offer a regularly rotating selection of fresh oysters.


4) Persian Basket Kitchen & Bar

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2100 Ray Moss Connector, Johns Creek

Their authentic menu takes you on an extraordinary journey through thousands of years of history and culinary tradition along with a taste of modern culture. They are committed to sourcing the highest local ingredients and presenting the most unique and exotic dishes.


Dunwoody/Sandy Springs


5) Yao

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237 Perimeter Center Parkway Southeast

YAO pays culinary homage to the vibrant Yaowarat neighborhood in Bangkok, an ancient Thai-Chinese community. The neighborhood is a paradise for food lovers because this cultural blending has created some of the most delicious eats on Earth. Spicy, crunchy, tangy and delectable dishes are handed down over many generations.


6) The Select

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6405 Blue Stone Road, Sandy Springs

The Select in Sandy Springs was inspired by Paris’ famed Le Select, the chic 1920’s brasserie known for being a free-spirited meeting place where artists and literary figures such as Hemmingway, Fitzgerald, Chagall, Picasso and Gertrude Stein who were looking for a safe haven for their progressive intellectual discussions, gathered.


7) Bar(n) At the Village Dunwoody

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5521 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody

Bar(n) is a community wine, craft beer and whiskey bar with a modern rustic atmosphere. Bar(n) features an indoor/outdoor bar with a covered awning. The food menu will have small plates and light bites. On weekends, coffee and pastries will be served.




8) Canoe

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4199 Paces Ferry Road

Balanced by both culinary expertise and natural aesthetics, Canoe offers a rich, flavorful experience for all your senses. One that has garnered numerous accolades, like being inducted into Nation’s Restaurant News 2005 Fine Dining Hall of Fame. Here, the river rolls past a tranquil waterfront that is enhanced by a natural, yet manicured landscape.


9) Muss & Turner’s

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1675 Cumberland Parkway Southeast, Smyrna

Muss & Turner’s is a neighborhood joint with no culinary boundaries and no pretense. Deli by day and bistro by night. Come as you are, enjoy yourself and be comfortable. Their philosophy is straightforward: People Matter Most, Local Is Priority, Seasonal Makes Sense, Authenticity Rules, Quality Governs, Delicious Trumps, Pretense Stinks, Comfort Feels Good, Appreciation Tastes Better, Prudence Sustains It All.


10) Paces & Vine

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4300 Paces Ferry Road Southeast

Experience the lighter side of comfort food created by acclaimed Executive Chef Adrian Gutierrez as you relax in our stylish, upscale-casual setting. A wine-lover's destination, Paces & Vine features an exceptional, carefully curated wine program along with a celebrated Craft Cocktail menu and a great selection of local Beer, all crafted to perfectly accompany their eclectic, contemporary-classic cuisine.




11) Good Word Brewing

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3085 Main Street Northwest, Duluth

Good Word is a place to meet new friends, reconnect with old ones, to share stories, to celebrate, to propose, to commiserate, to communicate. They serve delicious locally sourced food and some of the best beer around.