Before you know it, the thermometer will stay above triple digits and the last thing you want to do is dine outside. With that in mind, here's a look at 12 of the newest patios to hit Las Vegas in the past year that feature rooftops, gardens, poolside views and great people watching. Drink and dine here right now before it's too darn hot.Read More
12 New Patios to Try Before It Gets Hotter Than Hell
Dine al fresco on the new patio at Cantina Laredo at Tivoli Village. Pick up some guacamole made tableside and a margarita while enjoying the fresh air.
Central Michel Richard
Michel Richard's 24-hour restaurant at Caesars Palace just revamped the patio for more of a French garden feel. Find white lounge furniture including swings, couches, oversized umbrellas, pub-style tables and shaded dining areas. Order up one of the pitchers of sangria for $35.
This patio sits on the rooftop of the bar that opened last year. Be sure to check out the bar decorated with pennies and the views of the Fremont East District.
Head out to the 3,000-square-foot patio at Culinary Dropout for views of the pools at the Hard Rock Hotel.
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Dos Caminos returned to Vegas in March and brought with it a patio for the Summerlin crowds. Be sure to check out the guacamoles here and of course, margaritas.
The new La Comida from Michael and Jenna Morton has a small patio along Sixth Street. Be sure to order one of myriad tequilas behind the bar.
Watch the hustle and bustle of Town Square from Meatball Spot's patio. Here find Carla Pellegrino's variations on the meatballs and adult milkshakes.
Mingo Kitchen & Lounge
Mingo Collaso's new eponymous bar and small plates restaurant features a patio with an outdoor bar.
Take Devin Hashimoto's robatayaki, teppanyaki and sushi outdoors to the floating pagoda within the Japanese eco-garden and pond at Wynn Las Vegas. The small group of tables here sit on this wood dock near the center of the pond in view of the waterfall as well as peaking in at the restaurant. Probably one of the best seats in Vegas.
Park on Fremont
The new Park on Fremont has an outdoor garden complete with adult games such as Jenga and hopscotch as well as a seesaw.
Angelo Sosa's new Poppy Den has a patio replete with a bar and people watching.
The newest and perhaps best new patio to open sits around the pool at the Four Seasons. An impeccable menu of nibbles such as Ahi tuna cones, wood-fired flat breads and salted mini pretzels make for nice snacks while cocktails such as watermelon granita and the Maple Crown Frost make this one of the best bets in Vegas.