Nearly doubling their capacity, Aft now has a sunny back patio, one of few in the hood. They are serving signature smokehouse BBQ, sous vide and adding southern inspired weekend brunch to their offerings. The intimate terrace has comfortable and ecclectic seating and a 10 foot bar built around a tree.
Smoked blueberry margarita in the sun anyone?
The focal point of the patio is the outdoor bar complete with draught tap and a tree reaching out of the reclaimed Douglas fir top. The Douglas fir is carried on through the tables and long benches. Two big orbs repurposed from city street lights light up the patio, the black locust used for the communal table opposite the bar was obtained from Toronto Island. Our school chair bar stools in fir sit in front of the bar and the other chairs were obtained from Amherst prison in New York.
The bar is supported on found ash lattice which also surrounds the slate chalk board found in a school in Woodstock (the owner's hometown) overlooking the patio.