22 spots with outdoor heated patios


While we are definitely enjoying the abnormally warm weather at this time, winter is coming. No need to worry, the cooler weather doesn’t have to put a stop to enjoying the outdoors or exploring our city.

In yesterday’s newsletter, we gave some tips + recommendations on winter hiking in the area. Today, we’re rounding up a list of coffee shops, bars, and other restaurants with heated patios, so you can stay warm while enjoying your favorite spots.

☕ Coffee Shops

Be Caffeinated | NorthShore location, 14 W. Kent St. | Be Caffeinated has two large patios, one that is heated and plastic insulated + one with a fire pit.

Neidlov’s Cafe & Bakery | 215 E. Main St. | Grab a coffee + pastry and sit by the fire pit in the outside seating area to keep warm. 

Rembrandt’s Coffee House | 204 High St. | A quaint spot in Chattanooga’s Bluff View Art District, the patio has a partially heated space for you to cozy up with your coffee.

🍺 Bars + Breweries

Terminal BrewHouse | 1464 Market St. | Terminal has several outdoor seating options, and the upper patio has several heaters to keep you toasty.

Flying Squirrel | 55 Johnson St. | The Flying Squirrel has a huge outdoor seating space, complete with multiple heaters and fire pits.

Pickle Barrel | 1012 Market St. | Climb up the winding staircase to sit at the rooftop bar that has heaters + plastic insulation. Grab a bite to eat and don’t forget the pickle back — don’t knock it until you try it.

State of Confusion | 301 E. Main St.|  At State of Confusion, you’ll have a number of ways to stay warm outdoors with a large fire pit, several outdoor heaters, and winter igloos that can  be reserved for 4-6 people.

Five Wits Brewing Company | 1501 Long St. | Try out one of the many craft beer options and sit in the outdoor patio with plenty of heaters to keep everyone warm.

Naked River Brewery | 1791 Reggie White Blvd. | Naked River Brewery’s outside seating features a couple of heaters along with its artificial grass + corn hole (so it feels like it’s always summer).

Exile Off Main Street | 1634 Rossville Ave. | This funky dive bar has fire pits, heaters, and music.

Hotel Indigo | 300 W. 6th St. | West Village’s stylish Hotel Indigo features two outdoor seating sections with heaters + a large fire pit for its bar. 

HiFi Clyde’s | 122 W. Main St. | Clyde’s back area + outdoor seating area is enclosed and heated when the temperatures drop. 

Feed Table & Tavern | 201 W. Main St. | The Tavern side of the restaurant has an outdoor patio with ceiling heaters + plastic insulation to keep you comfortable while enjoying your drinks. 

Southside Social | 1818 Chestnut St. | Grab your friends for a night out with drinks + plenty of games at Southside Social. The downstairs patio has several stand up heaters around the seating area to keep you warm. 

🍽️ Other Restaurants 

STIR | 1444 Market St. |  STIR’s outdoor seating area features a number of heaters + small fire pits so you won’t freeze.

Public House | 1110 Market St. | Public House’s outdoor patio has several table-side heaters available, so you can shop Warehouse Row + head out to the patio for some food.

Basecamp | 346 Frazier Ave. | Grab a seat with a riverside view while sitting at Basecamp’s patio with several heaters.

Café on the Corner | 826 Scenic Hwy. | Lookout Mountain’s Café on the Corner has several heaters at its mid-sized outdoor seating area + a stacked stone fire pit.

Stevarinos | 325 Cherokee Blvd. | Stevarinos on the Northshore will keep ya toasty with its outdoor standup heaters. 

Main Street Meats | 217 E Main St. | Main Street Meats’ outdoor seating area currently features three heaters. 

Alleia | 25 E. Main St. | The porch at Alleia’s is a covered, unique space that is enclosed and heated for the winter months. 

Taco Mamacita | N. Market St. | A great place to bring the kiddos for lunch or dinner on their spacious, covered patio equipped with heaters to keep everyone warm.