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20 Beautiful Patios in San Antonio and How to Find all of Them 

Is there any better way to spend a spring evening in San Antonio than on a patio with a cold drink in hand? Probably not. Here are 20 new bar and restaurant patios in San Antonio that we just can't get enough of.
Chisme
2403 N. St. Mary's, (210) 530-4236, eatchisme.com
Though long kept hidden from view and unused for several years, the Chisme patio is prime for happy hours, brunches and casual dinners while people-watching on the St. Mary’s Strip.
Photo via Instagram, eatchisme
Down on Grayson
303 E Grayson St, (210) 248-9244, downongrayson.com
Being close enough to the Pearl means you’ve got to have a great patio. Grab a burger and a drink at this eatery owned by the folks behind your favorite Gruene restaurants.
Photo via Instagram, down_on_grayson
El Mirador
722 S St Mary's St, (210) 225-9444, elmiradorrestaurant.com
Back in action after several months of updates and renovations, the biggest draw to the new Mirador has got to be their snazzy new patio. Complete with twinkly string lights and perfect for a breezy brunch, the piece de resistance is the view of the Tower of the Americas.
Photo via Instagram, nwestdesign
Cullum’s Attagirl Ice House
726 Mistletoe Ave, (210) 437-4263
Though not altogether new, this patio is made for lounging around with a snifter in one hand and a pimento and fried bologna sandwich in the other.
Photo via Instagram, cullumsattagirl
Botika
The Pearl, 303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684, botikapearl.com
This is what patio goals are made of. Order up a pisco sour, sit back and enjoy people watching at the Pearl.
Photo via Instagram, botikapearl
Rumble
2420 N St Mary's St, rumblesa.com
If you’re into people-watching, and having intimate knowledge of the comings and goings of the St. Mary’s Strip, you’ll want to situate yourself on Rumble’s benches. Or lean against the fence and high-five pals as they go by.
Photo via Instagram, bearded_music
Frank
1150 S Alamo St, (210) 265-5292, hotdogscoldbeer.com
All you need is a breezy day and a few orders of their draft ginger cherry limeade.
Photo via Facebook, Frank
Sanchos
628 Jackson St, (210) 320-1840, sanchosmx.com
Every visit to Sanchos reveals yet another nook to sit in. Whether you’re grabbing drinks at the outdoor bar, or on one of the many tables around it, or if you’re taking in yet another view of the city’s skyline, you’ll want to make sure you’ve got a margarita in tow.
Photo via Instagram, elrebelde
The Bin Tapas Bar
511 E. Grayson, (210) 994-8099
String lights, wine by the porron, gin and tonics, and tasty tapa morsels are what await for your on this patio that features casual outdoor furniture to get comfortable on. Stop by on the occasional Friday when Dady and co. fire up the paella!
Photo via Facebook, The Bin
Sangria on the Burg
5115 Fredericksburg Rd, (210) 744-1448, sangriaontheburg.com
This covered patio space is the place to be when dining at Sangria on the Burg.
Photo via Instagram, heyyy_susa
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Burleson Yard Beer Garden
430 Austin St, (210) 354-3001
Perhaps the most family friendly of joints, Burleson has been a fun new addition to the Dignowity Hill area as of a year ago. Hammocks, food trucks, full bar and a solid list of craft beer on tap and in bottles and cans.
Photo via Instagram, sacurrent
Five Points
1017 N Flores St, (210) 267-2652, 5pointslocal.com
After a yoga sesh upstairs, grab a smoothie or juice and take in some brunch on this urban patio.
Photo via Instagram, namouze
Snooze
255 E Basse Rd Suite #160, (210) 937-1063, snoozeeatery.com
The Denver-based brunchery graced us with more breakfast fare at the beginning of March and the patio will make for a great outlook of the Alamo Quarry Market. Take the kiddos!
Photo via Instagram, snoozeameatery
King’s Hwy Brew & Q
1012 N Flores St, (210) 277-7174, kingshwybnq.com
Because nothing goes better with a cold brew and some hot barbecue than a sprawling patio. Bring the sunscreen.
Photo via Instagram, kingshwybrewnq
Grayze
521 E Grayson St, (210) 481-8776, grayzeongrayson.com
Just over a year old, Grayze still makes us swoon with their covered patio where you can enjoy great happy hour specials.
Photo via Instagram, grayzeongrayson
Casa Azul de Andrea
1036 S Alamo St, (210) 451-9393
Grab a fruity ‘rita, a torta and a basket of fries and while away an afternoon at Casa Azul, a fun garden patio modeled after Frida Kahlo’s own abode.
Photo via Instagram, casaazuldeandrea
Bexar Pub
114 Brooklyn Ave, (210) 236-7828
Tiny stage for open mic nights and live bands, cocktails that won’t hurt your wallet, food on the way via the guys behind Folc AND a funky, urban view of the San Antonio skyline. Get to Bexar Pub now.
Photo via Instagram, bexarpub_satx
Squeezebox
2806 N St Mary's St, facebook.com/TheSqueezebox/
Grab a cocktail to sip on one of the benches at this puro SA outpost. Or grab a Sinvergüenza shot combo while you enjoy a pie from Sulla Strada Pizza.
Photo via Instagram, lovedocument
The Well
5539 UTSA Boulevard, (210) 877-9099, thewellsanantonio.com
There’s enough patio to go around that you’ll have space to let your dog catch up with his furry pals. Stop in for a full bar, an insane tap list and more.
Photo via Instagram, mikekazenas
Bottom Bracket Social Club
1603 N Colorado St, (210) 267-9160
The trappiest of all dives in SA, BBSC is back with a basketball hoop on their patio.
Photo via Instagram, jaqthereaper
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Chisme
2403 N. St. Mary's, (210) 530-4236, eatchisme.com
Though long kept hidden from view and unused for several years, the Chisme patio is prime for happy hours, brunches and casual dinners while people-watching on the St. Mary’s Strip.
Photo via Instagram, eatchisme
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