Heated Patios to Visit this Weekend

Didn’t you hear? Patio season is every season in Sarnia-Lambton!

If you’re looking to spend some time outdoors, eating delicious food, sipping on beverages, and supporting local, we have a few suggestions! These seven outdoor patios allow guests to enjoy a restaurant meal while remaining socially distanced for a safe and fun experience.

1. Grog’s Pub & Grill (Thedford)

Fires, warm food, hot chocolate, mulled wine, famous pizzas, and draft beer? I mean, what more could you want! Located a short drive outside of Grand Bend, Grog’s Pub & Grill is a must visit this month. Choose from their extensive menu to find your perfect meal and enjoy their warm and inviting atmosphere.

2. Twin Pines Orchards & Cider House (Thedford)

If you’re looking for an adventure for the weekend, be sure to stop by our friends at Twin Pines Orchards & Cider House. Walk the trails that wind through their beautiful orchards, browse their quaint storefront, gather around their fire pits and sip on their award winning ciders. A day spent at Twin Pines Orchard & Cider House is a day well spent.

3. Refined Fool (Sarnia)

Foolishly good beers always lead to a good time, especially when you’re sitting on Refined Fool’s heated patio. Choose from their extensive selection of craft beer, order scrumptious food from Burger Rebellion and soak in the warmth of the heated patio.

4. Two Water (Corunna)

In Corunna, you will find Two Water Brewing Co., Sarnia-Lambton’s newest brewery! With several different craft brews, large charcuterie boards, and tabletop fires, this patio is the perfect place to relax with friends.

5. Shale Ridge (Thedford)

Set on the backdrop of a beautiful ridge, Shale Ridge not only serves crisp, delicious cider, but they offer a cozy, patio experience. Adorned by Edison bulb string lights and fire pits, their swing tables make this cidery a unique and lovable experience.

6. Black Gold Brewery (Petrolia)

On the weekends, be sure to stop by Black Gold to experience their take on a heated patio! Their ‘fort’ made of haybales helps keep the chilly January air at bay so that you can enjoy your favourite brews, alongside warm firepits and all your friends.

7. Widder Station (Thedford)

Widder Station is not just a summer destination! This time of year, Widder Station flips the switch into winter mode. You can find tobogganing hills, walking trails, fire pits, snowmobile trails, disc golf and of course craft beer! Gather the family up and embark on a truly one of a kind adventure.