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Houston, new patios, March 2017, Brasserie du Parc
The eye-catching 1,500 square-foot patio at Brasserie du Parc is climate-controlled with sliding glass doors. Photo by Mauricio Hernandez
Houston, new patios, April 2017, Beavers Westheimer
The outdoor space at Beavers Westheimer boasts a 5,000 square-foot deck, a fire pit, a bar housed in a repurposed trailer, and games from Jenga to foosball. Courtesy photo
Houston, new patios, April 2017, Hopdoddy Rice Village
 Hopdoddy Rice Village boasts a spacious 4,000-square-foot patio with seating for 100. Courtesy photo
Houston, new patios, April 2017, Osso and Kristalla
Osso & Kristalla has plenty of patio game, thanks to outdoor seating for 60, plus two flatscreen TV’s, a state-of-the-art sound system, and a prime location near Minute Maid Park.  Courtesy photo
Houston, new patios, April 2017, Grotto downtown
Enter the downtown locale of Grotto Ristorante and you can’t miss the front 1,430 square-foot, 40-seat rustic dining space Courtesy photo
Houston, new patios, April 2017, Nobies
Nobie's features an intimate 250 square-foot patio, with seating for 20, that offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.  Courtesy photo
Houston, new patios, March 2017, State Fare
Dig into drool-worthy Southern eats  on the 24-seat patio at State Fare.  Photo by Julie Soefer
Houston, new patios, April 2017, field and tides
Heights bistro Field & Tides offers cuisine Southern comfort cuisine, with outdoor seating for 32.  Courtesy photo
Houston, new patios, April 2017, Bebidas
Two massive oak trees provide shelter from the sun on the 1,500 square-foot patio at Bebidas Juice, Coffee & Bites near River Oaks. Courtesy photo
Houston, new patios, April 2017, Xochi
Xochi features a  775 square-foot veranda located on a prime corner of the new Marriott Marquis Hotel near Discovery Green. Courtesy photo