Here are 10 awesome covered patios in Vancouver to check out this month

It may be patio season, but it doesn’t look like the sun has gotten the memo yet. Luckily, there are plenty of gorgeous covered patios in Vancouver to keep you dry, relaxed, and filled with delicious food and drink all season long. From bars to cafes to brasseries – to every garden patio in between – there really is a place for everyone on this list.

Let’s dive in. Here are 10 amazing covered patios in Vancouver to check out this season.

Chupito & Canteen 189

Chupito’s is one of Vancouver’s best hidden bars, located on the rooftop of Cantina 189. While the concept was originally a tent patio, this year Chupito is going outdoors. But there are still umbrellas covering every table – so that totally counts. With the return of their popular frozen margarita maker and charcoal grilled entrees, we doubt anyone is focusing on what’s up in the sky.

Where: 322 West Hastings Street, enter the back alley

The Keefer Yard

Undoubtedly one of the most dynamic and fun nights out in town, The Keefer Yard is located next to one of Vancouver’s most acclaimed bars. Enjoy incredible Asian-inspired cocktails, delicious food, and some of the best happy hour deals in town. Plus, there’s a mini-golf course that also operates through donations! Graffiti walls meet delicate fairy lights at The Yard.

Where: 135 Keefer Street

R&B beer and pizzeria

Sip a few lagers or sours under the chilli lights at one of East Van’s most iconic breweries. Whether you’re heading out on a Friday night or meeting friends after work, the vibes are laid back, retro and amazing for hopping on the patio. Speaking of which, there’s also an e-bike right next door if you want to make a night of it.

To sweeten the pot during the week, they have industry nights every Monday with local DJs spinning and pints for $6.50.

Where: 1-54 4th Avenue East

joke room

As the name suggests, Banter Room is the perfect place to meet up with friends to chat over delicious, nifty drinks. Try brunch specials like Cornflake Fried Chicken & Waffles or Breakfast Bruschetta, or partake in their daily happy hour. There are also plenty of late-night snacks (after 11 p.m.!) to fuel your next night out if you’re looking for places that are open late.

Where: 1039 Mainland Street

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CRAFT English Bay

CRAFT English Bay offers a whole new way to sip local ales. The second floor of this unique location features a heated patio with a retractable roof with stunning views of English Bay. Happy hour by the beach, anyone?

Where: 1795 Beach Avenue

Walk Mon Pitou

March Mon Pitou is the quintessential Parisian café experience in Vancouver. The South Granville location has several pretty outdoor tables with overhead heaters and provides the perfect spot to enjoy a croissant or a Croque Madame and people watch.

Where: 1387 West 7th Avenue

Honeybrew strudel bar

In case you need another reason to check out Honeybrew strudels and infusions, we have one for you. Their covered patio offers plenty of space for groups of all sizes, as well as fire pits that add to the cozy ambiance of the bar. Enjoy a customizable coffee drink and a classic strudel, or a spiced mango margarita if that’s the mood.

Where: 785 Davie Street

Reflections: Garden Terrace

If you haven’t been to the Garden Terrace at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia before, you’ll definitely want to add it to your list of patios to visit this summer. The dim lighting and airy ambiance is perfect for your next happy hour date, date, or day of fun.

Where: 801 West Georgia Street, Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Giardino Restaurant

A garden patio at one of Vancouver’s top Italian restaurants? Sign us up! Giardino has an amazing lush outdoor patio that makes you feel like you are dining in a northern Italian forest. Enjoy a Tuscan-style plate and flight of gelato surrounded by beautiful greenery and sparkling garlands.

Where: 1328 Hornby Street

The seasons in the park

Perhaps one of the most iconic patios in the city, Seasons in the Park offers incredible views no matter where you sit. After an afternoon strolling through Queen Elizabeth Park or exploring the veranda, treat yourself to stunning views of the city as you enjoy your meal. It’s always the season of seasons.

Where: Queen Elizabeth Park, 33rd Avenue

Well, that’s all for now, Vancouver! Get out and make the most of patio season!

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