Sitting outside is our only option right now when visiting our favourite places to eat and drink. Unfortunately, we are in England, and the weather is being very typical of spring; Rain one minute, then sunshine the next. Planning where to go the becomes a task of finding somewhere with outdoor seating but with a cover.
So here is a list of places that have outside seating and will protect you from the rain!
You don’t have to book at The Palm, but it is reccomended. And when you do book you can choose whether you want to sit under cover or not. You can book HERE.
Oak Tree Farm
Oak tree farm have extended their outdoor area, which included some huts/boothes if you want to call them that. If you did want a hut, then you must specify when booking. Again, you don’t have to book but it is reccomeneded. You can have a look at their booking system HERE.
Most of the tables at the Promenade are under shelter which is ideal for british summer! You can book through facebook mesenger HERE.
The Stack Seaburn
Most of The Stack is a covered venue which means you won’t get wet for the most part. You can book through their website HERE.
Poetic Liscense Bar
They have a marquee outside which is covered over. You can book via facebook messenger HERE.
The Looking Glass
They do have umberellas outside which will stop some rain and keep you a little dry! Message them via facebook to book your table HERE.
The Terrace is an ideal outdoor space and one I definately reccomend if you can get booked in! Message them on facebook to book HERE.
The Stackyard has a marquee which is pretty popular and seems to be booked out first. Message them on facebook to book your table HERE.
The Saltgrass has an sheltered area outside which will be ideal in bad weather. You can book via their website HERE.
The Kings Arms
All their outdoor tables seem to have unberellas over them. They are walk ins only but you can have a look at their facebook page for more info HERE.
Ps and Qs
They have just put a cover over the whole of their outdoor area which will be ideal for the bad weather. Message them on facebook to book your table HERE.
Port of Call
Some of their outdoor seating are is covered. They are taking walk ins only.
If you can think of anywhere else that I have missed do let me know so I can add it on! Please remember to take a mask with you when visiting any of these places as you need one when walking about.
Stay Safe and Happy Adventuring!
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