Last year, local bars + restaurants had to get a little creative with their outdoor seating during the colder months.
Well, baby it’s already getting cold outside. From fire pits to space heaters to igloos, here are some local businesses that are heating things up:
❄️ Urban Vines Winery & Brewery | 303 E. 161st St., Westfield
Back by popular demand, Urban Vine’s igloos are back up + ready to get icy. The new igloos are more spacious — housing up to eight people — and include space heaters, music + lights. Reservations have already started. The igloos are available November through March and book for 2 hour time slots. Pro tip: The only way to reserve an igloo is online and we recommend doing it soon.
❄️ Public Greens | 902 E 64th St., Broad Ripple
If you walk the Monon in Broad Ripple, you’ve probably passed by this patio. Public Greens has turned on its fire pits outside + is preparing private greenhouses for heated dining next week.
❄️ Bar One Fourteen | 114 E. 49th St.
Reopening later this month, the bar will have an outdoor heated patio available on a first come, first served basis. The outdoor space will be for drinks only. DYK: Bar One Fourteen was named “One of the Best Bars in the US” by Esquire Magazine.
❄️ Baby’s | 2147 N Talbott St.
The patio seating area at this burger + milkshake joint on the Old Northside is currently enclosed and heated — making it dog-friendly during the colder months, too.
As we start to bundle up for the season, more local spots may cozy up to the idea of heated outdoor space and if they do, we’ll keep you updated.