Does the warm weather have you thinking about dining outside? There are a lot of options in the Conshohocken area and below we share all (probably just almost) of the options, from coffee shops to more upscale dining.
Please note that it is still a little early in the outdoor dining season. At this point, we would call ahead and see if the restaurant of your choice is offering outdoor dining on a specific day or night.
See the list below (note that most of the images are part of a slide show):
Bar Lucca has outdoor seating just off the sidewalk along East Hector Street, plus large doors that open the bar space into the outdoor area. Photos: Bar Lucca’s Facebook
Chip Roman’s BYOB Blackfish has a few tables along the sidewalk. Photo: Yelp.com
Conshohocken Beer Garden
It won’t open until April, but the Conshohocken Beer Garden, on the riverfront, has plenty of outdoor seating, cornhole, giant jenga, ping pong and live music.
The Conshohocken Cafe offers outdoor seating on the 500 block of Fayette Street.
Conshohocken Brewing Co.
The Conshohocken Brewing Company has a deck overlooking the Schuylkill River Trail, plus garage doors that open the tap room into the outdoor space.
Coyote Crossing has a mezcal bar with large doors that open up into its picturesque patio that includes tables surrounding a fountain. Photos: Coyote Crossing’s Facebook
Deli on 4th
Donnie Mac’s Deli on 4th has a few tables on the sidewalk at the corner of West 4th and Fayette. Photo: Zomato
Fayette Street Grille
Chef Doug Runyan’s Fayette Street Grille has a few tables outside his BYOB at the corner of West 3rd and Fayette. Photo: Fayette Street Grille’s Facebook
‘feine has a brand new patio in its backyard that is debuting this spring, plus a small patio with a few tables along upper Fayette Street. Photo: ‘feine’s Facebook
Flanigan’s Boathouse has outdoor seating along Fayette Street.
Guppy’s Good Times
Guppy’s has outdoor seating along Maple Street. Photo: Guppy’s Facebook
Jasper’s Backyard has a deck that leads into a courtyard with tables for dining, plus an additional indoor space that has garage style doors that can be opened. Photo: Jasper’s Backyard’s Facebook
Lenny’s Italian Deli
Lenny’s Italian Deli has a few seats outside for you to enjoy its famous pork sandwich. Photo: Lenny’s Facebook
The sandwich shop, Masterpeace Grill, offers outdoor seating on the 500 block of Fayette Street. Photo: Masterpeace’s Facebook
Pasta Via, a pizzeria and Italian restaurant, offers outdoor dining along the 800 block of Fayette Street. Photo: Pasta Via’s Facebook
Pudge’s serves its cheesesteaks and other sandwiches outside at the corner of East 4th and Fayette. Photo: Zomato
Riverbend Cafe has a small patio just off the Schuylkill River Trail and is adjacent to a bike shop. Photo: Riverbend Cafe’s Facebook
Southern Cross Kitchen
Southern Cross Kitchen has a backyard deck where you can enjoy a lunch, dinner or weekend brunch. Photos: Southern Cross Kitchen’s Facebook
Spring Mill Cafe
Spring Mill Cafe, a French BYOB, offers outdoor seating on its porch and patio. Photo: Spring Mill Cafe’s Facebook
The Great American Pub
The Great American Pub has outdoor booths and tables at the corner of East 2nd Avenue and Fayette. Booth Photo: Great American Pub’s Twitter
The Lucky Dog Saloon & Grille
The Lucky Dog is one of the newer restaurants in Conshy and has seating along East 1st Avenue. Photo: Lucky Dog’s Facebook
The Outbound Station
The Outbound Station is right off the Schuylkill River Trail and has bike racks, an outdoor seating area and some adirondack chairs to lounge in. Photos: Outbound Station’s Facebook
The StoneRose started the big open window trend in Conshohocken. The windows open up the front of restaurant and bar so you feel outside, plus there are tables along the sidewalk. Photos: The StoneRose’s Facebook
We do not have a picture of Tierra Caliente’s outdoor seating, but we have seen outdoor seating on occasion at this newer restaurant on Fayette Street.
Tradestone Cafe has large windows that open the cafe up to the sidewalk on the 100 block of Fayette.
BYOB Trattoria Totaro offers outdoor seating along Spring Mill Avenue. Photo: Trattoria Totaro’s Facebook
Viggiano’s, an Italian BYOB, has an outdoor seating area available for dining and events. Photo: Viggiano’s Facebook
Lafayette Hill/Whitemarsh Township
Brittingham’s has what is probably the most extensive outdoor seating area offered locally. There are multiple levels, seating for dining and two bars that service outdoor space. For chillier evenings, there are fire pits and warmers. Photo: Brittinghams.com
Magerk’s in Fort Washington added its outdoor bar and seating area about two years ago. It includes an enclosed area that opens door to ceiling to the outdoor patio. Photo: Magerk’s Facebook
Plymouth Meeting/Plymouth Township
Arugula, an Italian BYOB, in Cold Point Village in Plymouth Meeting, has an outdoor patio for outdoor dining. Photo: Arugula’s Facebook
Bryn & Dane’s
Pretty much every window and door at Bryn & Dane’s can be opened to create an indoor/outdoor restaurant. Photo: Bryn & Dane’s Facebook
Redstone has an outdoor patio and bar at the Plymouth Meeting Mall. Photo: OpenTable.com.
Whole Foods Market at the Plymouth Meeting Mall
Whole Foods Market at the Plymouth Meeting Mall has a rooftop area with a taco truck and a full schedule of events, such as rooftop yoga. Yoga photo: Whole Foods Market’s Facebook
Baggataway, the beer-centric bar along Front Street, has a multi-level deck for outdoor dining and imbibing. Photo: BaggatawayTavern.com
Gypsy Saloon has an outdoor patio alongside the sidewalk on Ford Street. Photo: Gypsy’s Facebook