5 Places to Eat Outdoors While The Weather’s Still Warm

When Labor Day comes and goes, the shiver returns to the air and the first leaves begin to fall, we know what’s coming: winter! But while we still have a few more weeks of sun, be sure to check out all of the outdoor patios and waterfront restaurants you may have missed this Summer.

Barnsboro Inn

699 Main Street, Sewell
The Barnsboro Inn is a great place to get delicious food, a nice breeze, and a taste of history. Established in 1776, the Inn features a cedar log cabin built in 1720 that stands as strong as it did hundreds of years ago. Take a seat at their outdoor patio and enjoy the last few weeks of summer.
What to Order: Clams or Oysters from the inn’s raw bar

Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar

At Moorestown Mall
400 Route 38, Moorestown
The patio in front of Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar offers the perfect setting for a casual dinner outside. The menu options change with the season, so you’re always guaranteed a fresh, delicious meal.
What to Order: Lobster Street Corn Salad featured on their Summer menu

The Madison

33 Lafayette Street, Riverside
The outdoor courtyard at The Madison is a great place to enjoy a beautiful evening of summer. Grab a seat at the outdoor bar on Friday and Saturday nights and listen to live music from local artists.
What to Order: Brisket on deck with your choice of cheese

Carlucci’s Waterfront

876 Centerton Road, Mt. Laurel
There’s no better way to enjoy Italian food than seated on the patio at Carlucci’s overlooking Rancocas Creek. Make sure you head there early to snag a seat on one of the comfy outdoor couches. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss!
What to Order: Seafood Carnevale with clams, mussels, shrimp and calamari

Harbor View Restaurant

954 Ocean Drive, Cape May
Whether you arrive by boat or by car, you’re going to love dining at the Harbor View Restaurant. Take in Cape May’s most beautiful waterfront view while you enjoy every seafood dish you could ever want!
What to Order: Dungeness Crab Cluster with old bay seasoning and butter

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