Figo, a modern Italian restaurant in Northern Liberties, has transformed their space into a winter wonderland for the colder months. They have enclosed a space typically used as an outdoor cocktail garden, and filled it with heaters and plexiglass windows so guests can still enjoy the ambiance of the neighborhood. They’ve also added heated igloo-like enclosures along 2nd street for a private outdoor dining experience.
“Our igloos were definitely able to give us a bit more seating in the winter time, which is tough for a lot of restaurants,” Director of Operations for GLU Hospitality, Shannon Diraddo tells us. “each comes equipped with a heater on the table, and those are used for parties of 5-8 people.”
Whether you dine in an igloo along 2nd street or in the dining room, the food will not disappoint. Figo’s fall/ winter menu is filled with many comfort pasta dishes including a spicy rigatoni, a paradelle bolognese, chicken parm, and more. A pizza shop is also located on site to serve full pies, slices, and hoagies which can be ordered in the dining room as well.
To learn more please visit Figo.com.