three sixty westport photo by lauren healey

5 St. Louis patios where you can enjoy the beautiful weather

There’s not much we love more than an unseasonably warm day in mid-winter, so naturally we need to soak up some sunshine and fresh air on a patio. Here are five spots around St. Louis to check out ASAP.

Three Sixty Westport
This rooftop stunner exudes opulence atop the gold tower at Westport Plaza. Grab some drinks (the rum-based Stone Cathedral cocktail was our fave on a recent visit) and choose from a variety of snack and dinner options like lettuce wraps, cheddar and chive drop biscuits or a charbroiled burger (the house-made KitKat is the can’t-miss dessert) while enjoying the sweeping view of Maryland Heights and the surrounding areas on the partially enclosed, open-air patio.
111 W. Port Plaza Drive, Suite 1200, Maryland Heights, 314.683.2337,

Katie’s Pizza & Pasta
All three locations of Katie’s Pizza & Pasta have outdoor seating options, but we’re particularly fond of the newest location at Ballpark Village. Katie’s is one of our favorite spots for a reliably excellent meal and cocktail, so you can’t go wrong with the Rock Hill and Town & Country locations either.
Multiple locations,

Rockwell Beer Co.
A popular brewery in the Grove, Rockwell Beer Co. recently took over its own kitchen after the departure of Brasswell, and we're pleased to report the new menu is up to par. Grab a burger, chicken sandwich or one of their fresh, verdant salads and a beer – or one of their delicious rotating draft cocktails – and post up on the patio to catch some rays.
1320 S. Vandeventer Ave., St. Louis, 314.256.1657,

The Golden Hoosier
This South City hub keeps its dog-friendly patio open year-round with plenty of heaters and a campfire primed for roasting s’mores, though you shouldn’t need any extra heat when the temps reach the 70s. Try one of their inventive cocktails and pub grub while enjoying the summer camp vibes of the patio.
3707 S. Kingshighway Blvd, St. Louis, 314.354.8044,

Eat Crow
The sister bar to Maplewood fave The Crow’s Nest, Eat Crow is a new-ish Soulard spot we love. Don’t miss the chili cheese fries or extensive mac and cheese selection while taking in the urban Soulard ambiance with a wall of ivy on the patio that lends plentiful greenery.

1931 S. 12th St., St. Louis, 314.934.1400,

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