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Patios to enjoy while the weather is still warm

We can’t believe the weather we’re having in November, so here are some local patios to soak up the sun while it’s still out.

Outdoor patio space with tables and chairs

This downtown spot has plenty of space to gather outdoors, too.

Photo by @gatherindy

Good morning, Indianapolis. Today is November 8 ...and we’re looking at a high of 75 degrees.

Tomorrow is looking unseasonably warm too, with a high of 67. You know Indiana weather — it won’t stay like this for long, so to help you soak up the sun we’re sharing some of our favorite local patios to hang out at.

Gather 22, 22 E. 22nd St.
This new spot to gather for coffee, cocktails, and bites has a full patio out back — complete with tables, chairs, space heaters, and grass for your furry friends.

draft creative space, 1525 Prospect St.
Want a change of scenery while you work remote? draft has the perfect garden patio space to get some fresh air. It’s hosting an open work day this Friday, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — featuring Morning Wake Up movement and mediation led by Kendra Stoll, “Choose Your Price” headshots with photographer Jes Nijer, and a pop-up with A Cup of Chai.

Public Greens, 902 E. 64th St.
Try the new Public Greens Daiquiri made with ⁠aged rum, lime, cardamom herb sugar, and peach syrup from its very own peach tree — best enjoyed fireside on the patio.

Parlor Public House, 600 E. Ohio St., Ste. B
Have you visited since this “coffee ‘til cocktails” spot expanded its patio space? Check it out before the weather cools down.

Looking for more restaurant and bar patios around Indy? We’ve got a list. Want more spots to work outside? This guide is for you.

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