Explore the Many Outdoor Dining Options in Doylestown

Dining alfresco in Doylestown is an easily achievable goal. From romantic bistro-style dining to large family gatherings, restaurants in Doylestown are providing plentiful outdoor dining offerings for hungry individuals to enjoy. The following offers a few suggestions to get you started on your search for the perfect patio dining experience in Doylestown.


Indulge in creative Italian cuisine and sip robust red wine as you dine in the courtyard atĀ Paganini. You”ll enjoy your meal in a comfortable and inviting setting under a large shade tree, providing exceptional coverage during the sunny, daylight hours and ambience under the twinkling lights once the sun goes down.

Penn Taproom

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Grab a refreshing craft beer and delicious burger and dine onĀ Penn Taproom‘s outdoor patio with friends as you watch passersby travel along State Street. On certain nights of the week, you can even enjoy live music at Penn Taproom which you can catch inside or listen to from your outdoor porch perch.


Located in the center of Doylestown, M.O.M.’s offers streetside seating as well as dining on the second floor with open views of the town below. Peruse the expansive craft beer menu and choose your beverage of choice to pair alongside one of M.O.M.’s spectacular daily specials, entrees, or light bites.


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Situated along Veteran’s Lane is Doylestown’s newest authentic Italian eatery, Vela. This new restaurant offers chic indoor dining year-round and seasonal patio dining in the warmer weather months. Some of the menu items you can choose from include the following: panko bread stuffed olives filled with Italian sausage and Asiago cheese; homemade gnocchi with sweet peas, basil, and mint; chicken Milanese; and, many more delectable culinary dishes. Accompany your appetizer or entree with a handcrafted specialty cocktail or glass of red wine as you enjoy the fresh air on the outdoor patio.

Hattery Stove and Still

If you want to be right in the center of all of the Doylestown happenings, take a seat at an outdoor table at the Hattery Stove and Still, located at the Doylestown Inn on State Street. Savor a delicious lunch of chipotle shrimp tacos or a buffalo cauliflower sandwich as you sip a refreshing beverage. Or, attend the Hattery’s popular Farm-to-Table Thursdays event which features a special three-course prix fixe meal for $25 highlighting local ingredients with a specific theme every Thursday evening.

Villa Capri

In the warmer weather months, Villa Capri opens up its outdoor deck, offering the perfect spot to enjoy happy hour specials, plentiful pizza offerings, appetizers, and Italian entree offerings, such as chicken parmesan, eggplant ricotta, shrimp fra diavolo, and much more. Villa Capri is also a great spot in Doylestown to catch live music and view televised sporting events.

State Street

State Street in Doylestown serves up sensational steak and seafood offerings to enjoy alfresco on their outdoor dining patio and covered open-air dining area. Dine on delectable menu offerings as the warm breeze blows in along State Street. Some of the items gracing the State Street menu include the State Street Wedge, New York strip steak, signature filet with garlic butter, grilled swordfish, and other tempting items.

86 West

Sister restaurant to State Street, 86 West, is located right next door and offers outdoor dining as well. Choose an inviting table on the outdoor patio at 86 West and peruse the extensive sushi, steak, and seafood-laden menu. And, be sure to try one of 86 West’s creative cocktails while you are there!


Genevieve’s is a popular BYOB restaurant in Doylestown which also offers outdoor seating. Dine in the courtyard alongside Genevieve’s and try unique and creative culinary dishes, including the following: crostini with pesto ricotta and heirloom tomatoes; lobster grilled cheese; veggie burger; filet mignon; seared duck breast; and, black pepper pappardelle, to name a few delicious options.

Station Tap House

Settle on Station Tap House‘s expansive outdoor dining patio with both covered and uncovered table options. Sit on your perch next to the Doylestown train station and watch as the trains enter and leave the station. Station Tap House is a great spot for beer aficionados and those craving an impressive pub fare menu to enjoy all day long. It’s also the perfect spot to hold your next happy hour gathering!

Mesquito Grille

If you’re craving barbecue offerings with a view, Mesquito Grille is the answer. Select your favorite table on the second story balcony and watch the hustle and bustle of the Doylestown crowd below. Some of the must-try items at Mesquito Grille include their signature Fire Fries, The Devil’s Buffalo Chicken Dip, barbecue pork spare ribs, brisket platter, barbecue chicken, and mouthwatering wings in a variety of original Mesquito Grille flavors.

No matter what type of cuisine you crave for your outdoor dining adventures in Doylestown, you’re sure to find it at one or more locations around town!


New Restaurant Headed to Doylestown: Tredici

Have you heard the news? A new restaurant is headed to Doylestown to tempt the dining crowd!

Tredici, a popular Philadelphia-area restaurant, is opening a location in Doylestown and soon we’ll be able to savor the Mediterranean delicacies which the Philadelphia and Main Line dining crowds have been enjoying at their respective Tredici locations. Known for its eclectic menu of unique and sensational fare, Tredici is sure to be a welcome addition in Doylestown.

The seventh restaurant on the Zavino Hospitality Group roster will be located in a new building situated at the corner of Broad Street and Veterans Lane. The 5,900-square-foot restaurant will comprise two levels and have approximately 210 seats in the interior. An 800-square-foot outdoor patio will provide for alfresco dining in the warmer months.

Some of the culinary dishes you may be indulging in once Tredici opens its doors include Moroccan spice ribs, bacon-wrapped dates, beet salad, diavolo flatbread, chicken parmesan, lobster ravioli, brick oven pizza, and more.

Add in the extensive wine offerings and creative libations menu and you have the perfect dining spot for enjoying an evening out in Doylestown.

Construction is set to begin in August and a projected opening timeframe of late spring/early summer 2020 is on the calendar.