Our Fourth Annual Guide to Outdoor Dining 

Want to eat and drink in the sun? Our guide will tell you where.

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Tomatina Italian; lunch and dinner; beer and wine. A covered patio with glass roof opens onto the street and seats up to thirty. 1325 N. Main St., 925-930-9999.

Walnut Creek Yacht Club Seafood; lunch and dinner; full bar. Heated deck with a nautical theme, plus retractable walls and ceiling. 1555 Bonanza St., 925-944-3474.

Va de Vi Bistro and Wine Bar Platters from Asia, Europe, and the Pacific, plus an extensive, cleverly written wine list. Four sidewalk tables, plus lane and back patio (reservations required). 1511 Mt. Diablo Blvd., 925-979-0100.

Zheng Long Country-style Chinese/multi-Asian; lunch and dinner; full beer and wine lists. Two creekside patios with greenery, screened roof, and heat lamps. 1448 S. Main St., 925-930-8088.


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