Enjoy the fall weather on one of these 9 Houston-area patios

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Now that patio weather has arrived, here are some outdoor dining spots across the Houston area to take advantage of this fall.

From ABC13

The Spot

Whether you want to catch the game or enjoy the views of Gulf of Mexico, every seat’s the best seat in the house on this double decker patio on Galveston Island.

Cyclone Anaya’s

There are six Cyclone Anaya’s location in Houston, and they each offer outdoor dining areas. The Mexican kitchen is always serving up some drink specials as well.

Baba Yega

The cozy cafe has been a favorite in the Montrose area since 1975. Baba Yega is a converted bungalow with several indoor and outdoor seating options. Their patio has a century old oak tree, a lush garden complete with a fishpond, waterfall, and fountains.

Cedar Creek Cafe

Cedar Creek in The Heights is part of the Creek restaurants. They serve up breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. They’ve also got an event going on each day—from Fried Chicken Fridays to weekend brunch.

Moon Tower Inn

There are dozens of beers on tap at this local establishment in East Downtown, in addition to hot dogs, burgers and pretzels on the menu.

Niko Niko’s

Niko Niko’s is the recipient of 14 Marvin Zindler Blue Ribbon Awards. For those who have never been, there are three Houston-area locations—Montrose, Market Square and Pearland. Head to Niko Niko’s for authentic Greek cuisine.

Tiny Boxwoods

Tiny Boxwoods is a hidden gem with very charming outdoor seating—think ivy covered brick exteriors. It’s also a popular spot for weekend brunch.

Yard House

The Yard House is an upscale sports bar with a huge menu. Beer aficionados will appreciate the 100-plus taps and ever-changing chalkboard of the latest brews from around the corner and around the world.

Brooklyn Athletic Club

Let the games begin at the Brooklyn Athletic Club. Located on Richmond, near Spur 527, there are several outdoor games on their patio. Try your hand at bocce or head to the putting green, or maybe a round of cornhole.

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