5 Creative Ways Bars and Restaurants Are Prepping for Fall and Winter Outdoors

Greenhouse bars and viking villages are just the start.

Winter is coming—no longer a Game of Thrones cliche, but a real mantra of dread for many bar and restaurant owners who have been scraping by during the pandemic with the help of outdoor spaces. In addition to private patios and rooftops, the District has approved nearly 600 temporary outdoor dining permits for “streateries,” while Arlington went all-in on parklets, and Bethesda established a huge open-air dining area downtown. So what happens when the temperature drops below 60 degrees?

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