Ready for something new? Igloo and heated patio dining is offered by many places throughout the Twin Cities. Make a reservation for your next date night or girlfriends’ dinner!
How about taking your dining plans outdoors? Yes! Even in these frigid temps, you can still dine or enjoy a beverage outside – comfortably!
So many twin cities restaurants and bars creatively arrange their outdoor patios with igloos, fires, or heat lamps so that we Minnesotans can still enjoy the outdoors all year round.
Below are some places for you to try outdoor dining this winter! If we missed one, please email us and we’ll get it added to our list!
Igloo and Heated Patio Dining
*Please note – all of these locations require advanced reservations*
B’s on the River – Watertown | Reservations are an hour and a half long and available Thursday-Sunday afternoon.
Dukes on 7 – Minnetonka | Igloos with a special pre-order menu available.
Excelsior Brewery – Excelsior | Offer heated outdoor clam shelters on their patio space.
NineTwentyFive – Wayzata | Offers winter igloo experiences with 4 unique menus.
Next Chapter Winery – New Prague | Wine Globe packages available for up to 6 people. You can BYO food or takeout from local restaurants (suggestions on the website).
Pier 500 – Hudson, WI | Small, large, and lounge igloos available with reservations
Lock and Dam Eatery – Downtown Hastings | Igloo dining with reservation
Broken Clock Brewery – Minneapolis | 1 -2 hour Igloo rentals available.
Waldmann Brewery – St. Paul | This spot has a winter beer garden. The Biergarten is open year-round with 11 infrared heaters and 3 fire pits for your comfort. The patio is also dog friendly!
B’s On the River in Watertown also has igloo dining too 😊
Pier 500 on the St. Croix! A great spot if you’re on the east side of the cities 🙂
11/25/22. Both Crave and Brickhouse are not doing igloo dining this season
Dan’s Bar in New Trier!
San Pedro’s and Pedro del Este in Hudson, WI have also installed heated patio enclosures for the colder part of the year (the walls are up in the summer).