With the initiation of Phase 3 of reopening, most of Alexandria’s restaurants are back to business as usual. However, many people still prefer sitting outside instead of dining inside the restaurants. Here are some restaurants that offer outdoor dining in Alexandria.
Whiskey and Oyster, 301 John Carlyle St.
According to the Alexandria Gazette Packet, “Over in the Carlyle neighborhood, Whiskey and Oyster await with widely spaced tables and a wide-open menu to boot. Start the meal with kung pao cauliflower or hush puppies to share (or keep all to yourself), and then belly up to a lobster roll or “Hot Mess Burger” piled high with mac and cheese, sriracha aioli and more. Round out the proceedings with a beignet and the meal will be sweet indeed.”
Tempo, 4231 Duke St.
As per Alexandria Gazette Packet, “The patio was naturally the first part of Tempo to open, and it remains so even as indoor seating has become a way of life. Like so many other Alexandrian restaurants, Tempo’s outdoor space is small but mighty, hosting tables while maintaining appropriate distances. Settle into a helping of Capelli D’Angelo Napoletana or steak diablo, order up a signature cocktail and enjoy a few minutes of normalcy – with a good meal served alongside.”
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