DC Beer
Bar or Restaurant Breweries DC Maryland News Region Virginia

Patio Seating is Happening!

Many counties and other jurisdictions in the DC-metro area are slowly reopening and easing restrictions, which means small groups can now sit outside at breweries that are reopening on-premise outdoor seating. But be smart about it, which means bringing and wearing masks when not imbibing.

3 Stars: Patio open out front as of Saturday, June 6.

Adroit Theory: Patio open for seating as of Sunday, May 31st.

Atlas Brew Works: Reserve seats on the patio online. 6 people per table, 2 hour maximum. First table available at 11am. Food available via Ivy City Smokehouse. Pet-friendly.

Bluejacket: Patio seating available as of 3pm on Friday, June 5.

Caboose: Opening this weekend, but details tbd.

Cedar Run: Fri 3-9pm, Sat 12-9pm, Sun 12-7pm, food available, no kids, please.

Denizen’s Silver Spring: Starting June 3rd, with reservations strongly encouraged. 4-10pm, dog- and kid-friendly, with food available. 6 people per table, max, 2 hour blocks.

Denizen’s Riverdale: Starting June 9th, with reservations strongly encouraged. 4-10pm, dog- and kid-friendly, with food available. 6 people per table, max, 2 hour blocks.

Dynasty: Both Ashburn and Leesburg patios operating at 50% capacity, effective immediately.

Eavesdrop: Outside seatings begin at 12pm on Friday, May 29th.

Fair Winds: 4 time slots available, between 1.5-2.5 hours, Ages 21+ only. Fri-Sun starts at noon, Mon-Thurs starts at 2pm, last seating at 6pm.

Harper’s Ferry Brewing: Grounds open at 50% capacity as of Friday, May 29th.

Idiom Brewing: Patio opens at 5pm on Friday, May 29th, call 240-578-4152 for reservations, which are required.

Lake Anne Brewhouse: Outdoor seating Thurs/Fri 4-7 PM and Sat/Sun 12-5 PM.

Lost Rhino: Patio and beer garden open.

Ono: Kid- and pet-friendly, groups of 8 or less. Food available.

Red Bear: Seatings from 2-7:30pm, for 4 to 6 people. Book online. 7 tables available, dog-friendly, and they’re serving food.

Right Proper Brookland: Three tables available, first come, first served.

Right Proper Shaw: Four tables available, food served picnic-style.

Rocket Frog: Launch Pad members can reserve an outside table for up to 2 hours. 2-4 people per table, please. Hoping to open to the public on June 5th.

Saints Row: Taking reservations for Monday, June 1st, and beyond. 1-hour minimum with a $10 deposit.

Silver Branch: Outdoor seating from 12-8pm every day, effective Friday, June 5th. Reserve seating online, with a deposit, for 1-2 hours per seating.

Sinistral Brewing: Fri-Sat 1-10pm, Sun 1-6pm, Thurs 4-10pm. First come, first served.

Smoketown: Both the Brunswick and Frederick locations are opening for patio seating on Friday, May 29th

Streetcar 82: Opening the first week of June pending Prince Georges County easing restrictions. 6 people per table.

Supreme Core: 2-hour blocks, 12-6pm Sat, 2-6pm Fri and Sun.

True Respite: Outdoor seating opens on Monday, June 1st.

Tucked Away Brewing: Reopening the patio at 12pm on Saturday, May 30th.

Valor Brewpub: Opening Friday, May 29th. Details TBD.

Wheatland Spring: Open starting Saturday, May 30th for outdoor seating, no kids and no pets, please. Reservations required, book online. Fri-Sat 12-8pm. Wed, Thurs, Sun, 12-6pm. Food available.

Beer bars:

Biergarten Haus: Taking reservations with a $50 deposit.

Boundary Stone: Starting June 2nd, reservations for the patio via resy.

Brasserie Beck: Patio open 3-9 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

Brookland Pint: To make a reservation, please reach out via phone (202-758-2757) or via email (info@brooklandpint.com). Seating in 2 hour increments.

Dacha: Both locations opening at 2pm on Friday, May 29th. Seating only, no standing.

Dogfish Alehouse Fairfax: Opening Friday, May 29th at 2pm.

Union Market: 6 people per table, online ordering with designated pick up stops for vendors that are open.

Walter’s: Outdoor dining opens beginning this weekend. No reservations, no brunch.

Related posts

Guinness releases Stock Ale Aged in Bulleit Bourbon Barrels

Mandy Matlock

Mad Fox’s Kellerbier Kolsch

Michael Stein

How to Help Local Breweries During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Jacob Berg

1 comment

Jerry Boesen May 29, 2020 at 12:18 pm

I’ll just stick to my own patio. Thanks, anyway.

Reply

Leave a Comment

Sign up now for the Weekly Pour!

Get the latest news, events, and info about what's happening in craft beer in the DMV delivered directly to you every week!