As the weather starts to cool, Bahrain becomes the perfect place for Al Fresco dining. Check out some of my favourite spots for an outdoor bite…
GB Café at Bahrain Fort is perfect for a daytime meeting, breakfast or lunch bite. Feel the sea breeze, sit under the palm trees and enjoy the magic. More reading.
My Café's courtyard is bijoux and intimate, perfect for a mid week lunch with friends or work meeting.
Merchant House comes into itself this time of year. Head here for an afternoon tea that stretches into sundowners and more. The colourful and pretty rooftop terrace is a must-visit.
Solymar's restaurant has become a favourite of mine. Go for cocktails as the sun starts to set and then start to order their delicious bites throughout the night. Read about it here.
Calexico's outdoor terrace is the place to head mid week for a post work drink with friends. Watch the world go by and then either order some tacos or head to your next spot from here.
Mirai is an Adliya favourite for the food and cocktails. My confession...I much prefer sitting outdoors here than inside. Their small balcony is ideal for a dinner while overlooking the Adliya hubbub.
Attic's huge outdoor terrace not only has wonderful views, but a great DJ and food to match.
Fusions opened up their terrace last year with breathtaking views over Juffair and the Manama skyline. Cocktails and bar bites are a must. More info.
La Fontaine, Bahrain's hidden secret, is made for outdoor season. This magical spot is easily Bahrain's most romantic location and for good reason. Read more here.
Still want more outdoor dining suggestions?
O Liban's chic little terrace is flanked by a large olive tree in the middle and tables surrounding,with views over the historic building next door. Head here for lebanese fayre and wine, plus sheesha. Read about it here.
L'Orto has a courtyard that is ideal for our cooler weather, head here for their new happy hour or a romantic dinner date with your sweetheart. More info.
Where do you go when the weather cools down? Let me know in the comments!