Feasting Alfresco: Seven Elegant Outdoor Dining Areas

Author Claudia Roden’s notion that “everything tastes better outdoors” is never more true than in these seven open-air dining spaces, where meals come with a side of lush greenery and picturesque views.

Extraordinary Mid Country 7 acre Lakeside Estate is the setting for this Classic brick and limestone 10,000+ sq. ft. Georgian Manor (built in 2004). Pergola covered terraces off the living room and family room offer inviting spaces for outdoor entertaining and dining. 

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Set on three private acres near downtown Greenwich, Connecticut, Amarpali is an exceptional, custom-designed 26-room residence boasting impressive public rooms and exterior entertaining spaces with extraordinary architectural detailing.

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This magnificent home, located in Khakum Wood, an exclusive 155-acre association of significant estates, weds 8,400+/- SF of living space to the romantic outdoor scenery savored by abundant windows, French doors and blue stone terraces.

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French architecture and landscapes evokes romance and elegance in this magnificent home. French doors open to expansive terraces commanding views of a bucolic setting of formal cutting, vegetable gardens, and modern greenhouse.

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At the end of a picturesque lane this five-bedroom, over 7,000-square-foot brick Georgian Colonial home affords the consummate Greenwich lifestyle.  Two recreation rooms, gym, wine cellar, outdoor terraces with alfresco kitchen.

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An impressive, custom-built, shingle-style home, spacious and expertly designed with flair, exquisite scale, high ceilings and designer finishes, on 2.69 beautiful mid-country acres, with pond, heated pool, tennis court and pool/guest house.

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Exceptional home just finished on one level acre on a bucolic neighborhood street in a prime Mid-Country location close to town. Large flagstone terrace, perfect for entertaining.

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