8 central Pa. restaurants where you can still dine outside this winter | Mimi’s Picks – pennlive.com

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The Chocolate Avenue Grill in Hershey
One thing learned from the pandemic: Dining outside in the winter can be cozy, warm and enjoyable.
Last winter, most restaurants, cafes and small eateries set up some sort of al fresco setting, be it a tent in the alleyway, space heaters on an enclosed sidewalk or makeshift pavilions on the grass. Only a handful of restaurants have continued the trend this year by setting heaters, arranging “globes” on the patio or partitioning off decks. Some eateries include a small cost to the bill and all of the globes require reservations.
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