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When the weather turns pleasant, it becomes natural to spend more time outside, even mealtimes. Creating a place for your family and friends to enjoy alfresco dining is a phenomenal idea, but to do it right will take some thought. The idea is to have a lovely alternate dining experience outdoors, not simply throw some dogs on the grill and have everyone camp out in lawn chairs. There are some specifics to consider. Whether your have a big, beautiful yard, or whether your restricted to making do with a small deck, or even a balcony, it’s important to consider its degree of closeness to the food. Ideally, pick a spot that’s not too far from the kitchen, or cooking vicinity, to allow for smooth serving. If your locality is such that rain is a high probability, you’ll want to make your eating area on high ground. It may even prove prudent to make some walls, or a roof. A sun room may be an excellent idea. Unusually hot climates could call for an awning, umbrella or pavilion setting. Know ahead of time the types of gatherings you foresee for your new alfresco setting. If they’re meant to be casual then keep the grill handy and keep it as a focal point. If they are meant to be more upscale, larger events, you will want to have a larger dining set that will stand the weather. Since the experience is outdoors, take advantage of all nature has to offer. Make sure your choice encompasses the best possible view. Make use of plants and colorful outdoor knick-knacks.

Key Takeaways:

  • There are a lot of people in the world that really focus on having a nice garden.
  • A garden at a specific restaurant can add a beautiful ambiance to the setting that is present.
  • Understanding the power of nature and how it can make a certain area look is very important in the restaurant industry.

“Thankfully, you don’t have to be one of the rich and famous to enjoy alfresco dining, even a small balcony can be transformed into a garden dining area.”

Read more: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/lifestyle/what-is-an-alfresco-garden.htm