Outdoor Dining Al Fresco
If you’re going to eat, eat out! Ogden’s pleasant weather from May through October makes for excellent outdoor drinks and dining before, during, or after a day around town. While this guide outlines the type of outdoor seating at each location, you can click on the name of any establishment to check out their menu, hours, etc.
Voted the best rooftop bar in Utah. Head to Alleged to catch a killer sunset and some great drinks with friends.
Great people watching along Washington Blvd. for the 21+ crowd. Angry Goat also has a killer brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
Thursday nights Bower Lodge has Pizza & Pints, and a Sunday Brunch overlooking Ogden Valley.
Al fresco dining near Weber State University, Corner Cafe has a solid outdoor patio with great mountain views and a convenient to-go system.
Even the bulk of the indoor dining is in a glass sunroom at Craftburger, making it feel as outdoorsy as the exterior patio.
Cuppa has excellent views of Mt. Ogden on one side and 25th Street on the other. You and your pup can hang out in the pet oasis, and the food at Cuppa is always fresh, healthy and delicious.
With a private shaded patio in the Ogden Valley, Eats of Eden has been serving up good food, and gorgeous views, to residents and visitors for over 30 years.
Located at the Compass Rose Lodge, First Lift serves soups, sandwiches, pastries, and delicious Campos coffee.
Shared sidewalk seating is available on both the north and south sides of these adjacent gems, who sit along Historic 25th Street. Come by on the weekend for great people watching at the Downtown Farmer's Market.
Gaze at the stunningly beautiful Municipal Gardens as the traffic flows past on Washington Blvd at Harp & Hound. There is sure to be good people watching as you catch some rays with your fellow drinkers and diners.
Grab some of the best pizza in Utah and watch life go by on 25th Street. Outdoor dining and grab and go slices or pies make for a great lunch or dinner.
Rooftop and ground-level patios with views of the Ogden River and surrounding mountains delight diners at this brewery.
Shaded picnic tables are great places to congregate and dine.
The shaded patio tucked between Roosters and Needlepoint Joint is a great place to cool off with a brew over the summer. It's lit well at night and open into the summer evening.
Stunning views of the surrounding Wasatch Mountain range are available outdoors at Roosters B-Street. Keep in mind it is 21+.
A beautifully shaded and lit patio along 25th Street is a great place to dine on fine Italian food.
The Shooting Star Saloon is the oldest continually operating saloon west of the Mississippi River. Keep in mind it's 21+ and cash-only.
With a shaded pergola overlooking The Junction Plaza, Sonora Grill has fresh, delicious Mexican food.
An excellent place to take in 25th Street, Stella's has a patio and large windows in their dining room.
A family owned restaurant serving modern American food on 25th, Table 25 changes their menu seasonally and often serves farm fresh food.
Fire pits keep The Pie’s outdoor dining available year round, so you can get your grub on delicious pizza and more whenever you choose!
Sidewalk dining along 24th Street and a delicious French Onion Soup and more.
Drink up some coffee, and soak up some street art and murals in Origin-Alley
Wimpy and Fritz offers a variety of authentic street tacos, and Latin infused entrees, including many vegan options.