Whether you’re looking for a safe way to gather outdoors with friends or you just enjoy their ambiance, fire pits are a boon to the winter dining and drinking experience. We’ve scoped out several establishments we think are pretty lit.
Lincoln Social Rooftop, 711 N. High St.
This Columbus rooftop bar is a luxurious way to catch great views of our city while kicking back with a cocktail. Save us a seat.
Goodale Station, 77 E. Nationwide Blvd.
Can you tell we like dining on rooftops? This one offers a gorgeous view as well, and comforting plates like the mushroom pot pie to warm your belly.
Parsons North Brewing Co., 685 Parsons Ave.
If you’re feeling a seasonal draft enjoyed outdoors, you’re in luck here. Stout lovers will enjoy the Dark Chocolate Cherry Imperial Stout, while those still craving Thanksgiving leftovers might go for the Pumpkin Pie & Coffee Brown Ale.
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Pins Mechanical Co., 141 N. 4th St.
Whether you’re here for the duckpin, foosball or ping pong, there’s always something to do at Pins. If you decide to stay outside, there’s always patio pong by the fire.
Red Brick Tap and Grill, 292 E. Gates St.
For some drinks and pizza, you can’t go wrong at Red Brick Tap and Grill. With everything from your typical cheese pizza to the Black Magic Woman (BBQ sauce, house-smoked pulled pork, bell peppers, red onions and jalapenos) you’re sure to find one that satisfies your current craving.
Woodlands Tavern, 1200 W. 3rd Ave.
Woodlands is your spot in Grandview to kick back with a drink while watching a show. And their fire pit means you can take your party outside without losing any of the fun.
Land Grant Brewing Company, 424 W. Town St.
Hops-lovers will come here for the IPAs, but Land Grant has something for everyone. We have our eye on Bramble Jamble, a Jeni’s collab fruit ale with blackberry, blackcurrant and vanilla.
BrewDog Franklinton, 463 W. Town St.
You can’t beat the ambiance at BrewDog Franklinton, which features a street level patio as well as a roof terrace and bar.