Morgan’s Pier (Photo provided by Aversa PR)

Philadelphia restaurants finally reopened with outdoor seating on Friday, June 12 with a weekend of blue skies and perfect temperatures.

Officially, only restaurants with licenses for sidewalk or patio seating were able to open immediately. Restaurants without a license can apply for a few different options, such as street closures or sidewalk cafes. Some restaurants might even opt for turning their curbside parking area into a small dining area, an arrangement that the city is dubbing a “streetery.”

Despite restrictions and health/safety guidelines, it was still a beautiful weekend to get outside and enjoy a variety of Philadelphia cuisine after months of takeout.

Below are photos of just a few Philadelphia restaurants that are open for outdoor dining at this time. To see a list of restaurants offering al freco dining, along with more seasonal favorites, visit our 2020 Summer Guide HERE.

Morgan’s Pier (Photo provided by Aversa PR)

Harper’s Garden (Photo provided by Aversa PR)

Bru and Tradesman’s (Photo provided by Aversa PR)

Positano Coast (Photo provided by Aversa PR)

Parc (Photo from Facebook)

Jet Wine Bar (Photo from Facebook.)

Old City Beer Garden (Photo from Facebook.)


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