Friday, April 1, 2016

Local eateries open patio doors for spring season

Posted By on Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 4:15 PM

click to enlarge No-Li Brewhouse recently added improvements to its patio on the bank of the Spokane River.
  • No-Li Brewhouse recently added improvements to its patio on the bank of the Spokane River.
It's T-shirt season again, which means you can actually enjoy a beer and dinner in the outdoor fresh air without you — or your beer — freezing. Here are several local spots that have opened their patios for spring and are ready to serve their libations and edible creations to you outside.

No-Li Brewhouse
Located on the Spokane River, No-Li's patio offers a cool and scenic spot to enjoy a beverage, appetizer or even just sit in the shade at a comfortable spring temperature. With new upgrades such as a water feature and lawn additions, the No-Li patio is now officially open for the season.

Veraci Pizza
Like No-Li, Veraci Pizza gives its visitors a front-row view of the Spokane River and city skyline from the comfort of the Kendall Yards area. With a patio overlooking the city, what better place to enjoy a dinner and a glass of wine on a Friday night?

Perry Street Brewing
This brewhouse has had its patio open for about a week now, but it is dependent on how the weather changes. Regardless, join the Perry Street patio goers and have a couple beers in the sun. 

Borracho Tacos & Tequileria
Another outdoor dining spot which has been bumpin' outside for about a week is Borracho. Complete with live music and trendy iron + wood furnishings, this patio is perfect for an afternoon of tequila and Mexican food.
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