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Patio Sitting at Silo on 7th

04.03.2015 by: Travis Sandoval
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Perched high up on 7th street, you’ll find the casual burger joint Silo on 7th. The breezy spring weather means the start of patio season and Silo’s rooftop deck is the perfect place to get started. The deck is easily the restaurant’s best attraction, offering beautiful views of the city.

Silo on 7th

The restaurant's best feature is their second floor patio.

If you’re out with your group, there are plenty of shareable appetizers to get you started. Try quesadillas, pulled pork sliders, or the fried green tomatillos (battered in beer and served with jalapeño ranch). If you’re feeling indulgent, try the less shareable deep fried deviled eggs.

The main menu focuses heavily on creative burgers, the Silo 7, that can get pretty messy. Most of them feature Braveheart black angus beef but there are also options for chicken, pork, and veggie patties. The Silo is the most classic burger but there are more inventive options like The Chicon, which includes white cheddar, grilled onions, grilled pineapple, pickled beet, and a fried egg along with all the usual hamburger toppings. If you don’t have a lumberjack’s appetite, we’d recommend splitting one of these hearty burgers with someone.

Silo on 7th

These burgers are messy and definitely filling.

If burgers aren’t your thing, there are a few options of soups, salads, tacos, and sandwiches.

Of course no patio can be enjoyed without a tasty beverage. Silo on 7th offers plenty of draft beer, wine, and cocktails. Again, there’s an emphasis on seven specialty cocktails that make updates to the classics. Try the Kentucky Mule, a Moscow Mule but with Maker’s Mark instead of vodka.

Silo on 7th

Follow Silo on 7th on    Facebook    to find out about special off-menu burgers!

It’s also conveniently located to other east side bars, which makes it a perfect stop for food if you’re out for a Sunday Funday or night on the town.  

Photos courtesy of Silo on 7th's Facebook Page 

Silo on 7th's Official Site

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