If you're staying in one of our serviced apartments in Dundee, why not sit back and relax in one of the city's many beer gardens? There are countless beer gardens scattered across the city. Below, we have tied together some of the hidden gems and favourites with the locals.
When days like this come around in Dundee, there's just one place to go: the local beer garden.
Here are five hidden beer gardens where you may enjoy the beautiful weather in our small city today.
1) The Giddy Goose
Morning, noon, or night, the Giddy Goose's beautiful new bohemian-style beer garden is the perfect spot to sit back and relax with a drink.
Whether you're looking for a cup of coffee to catch some early morning rays or a glass of prosecco to kick off an afternoon of suave boozing, this central location on Perth Road is the place to be.
While people-watching in this lovely suntrap, why not sample the Giddy Goose's delectable pot tails and light bites?
Furthermore, the restaurant/beer garden offers a rather large wine cellar with a diverse range of rose, white, and red wines - just one more reason why this is the place for you today.
2) 172 at The Caird
172 at The Caird offers a beautiful outside patio area where you can enjoy their high-quality cuisine and drinks. You'll have no problem soaking up the morning sun in this comfortable and lively setting, which is open for coffee from 10 am.
172 provides delicious bistro dishes and stunning river views, making it ideal for a bright day like today. It's in a strategic location on Perth Road, like most of our secret beer gardens, so you'll discover it quickly.
3) The Pear Tree
The Pear Tree's chef and proprietor, Lee, greets every client with a friendly smile.
Diners may enjoy their meal al fresco while drinkers relax in the sun on their covered patio area.
The well-known restaurant has been in operation for almost 20 years and is located in the countryside, providing visitors with stunning views and the opportunity to observe some local animals. The Pear Tree is available for lunches, teas, and dinners from Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 8 pm, with reservations requested.
Its beer garden is also dog-friendly, so bring your canine companion along for a pint.
4) Dr Noodles
Dr Noodles on Nethergate may look small initially, but it expands towards the rear to show a noodle garden.
In the middle of the glittering fairy lights, sit in the sunshine with friends and eat your favourite Noods assortment. While avoiding the madness of Dundee's city centre, you can have a refreshing beer or glass of wine here.
5) Invergowrie Inn
The front and rear beer gardens of the Invergowrie Inn allow you to enjoy the sunshine from midday to 10 pm. Both parks provide meals, although the back garden is the more popular due to its wide benches.
The Invergowrie Inn is a blazing success, with a delectable specialities menu for all occasions. Enjoy one of the area's family hikes before recharging at this beautiful small village pub, welcoming children and pets.