The Great Outdoors
A selection of al fresco dining options
Published: June 19, 2013
Picasso Café 39915 Grand River Ave., Novi; 248-427-0600; picassocafeinc.com: With their ever-changing art, Picasso is a real treat as you watch local talent on the walls while eating their special recipe tuna or chicken salad sandwiches or sit outside to enjoy the summer day.
Pronto! 608 S. Washington St., Royal Oak; 248-544-7900; prontorestaurant.com: At Pronto!, brightly colored walls add to the lively feel of this often bustling restaurant. The sandwich menu is creative and fun. Settle into a sidewalk table and enjoy.
Seva 314 E. Liberty St., Ann Arbor; 734-662-1111; sevarestaurant.com: A few steps above the street, the raised patio offers diners a bit of respite from downtown Ann Arbor’s bustle. The eclectic dishes change weekly and range the globe. They also offer a full bar and juice bar, smoothies and cocktails, with a long wine list.
Shores Inn 23410 Greater Mack, St. Clair Shores, 586-773-8940; shoresinn.com: Shores Inn specializes in regional and creative American cuisine. Featuring a huge dark wood bar. Enjoy one of more than 150 beers from around the world. About 60 diners can fit in their outdoor dining area.
Special thanks to editorial intern Jason Singer for his assistance compiling this list.
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