It was an evening for celebration of outdoor dining under the lights in Loveland Friday, May 15
By Chuck Gibson with Photo Gallery by Matthew J. Capps
LOVELAND, OH (May 16, 2020)— Warm temperatures and a colorful sunset created the perfect setting for an enchanting return to outdoor dining on the patios and rooftops in Downtown Loveland Friday evening May 15.
A colorful sunset highlights this image of a couple enjoying fireside dining at The Works (Matthew J. Capps Image Services)
Photographer Matthew J. Capps captured images from all around Loveland on an evening filled with anticipation and excitement for a community ready to make coronavirus quarantine a thing of the past. From couples enjoying the sunset and fireplace on the patio of The Works, to our Loveland Mayor, Kathy Bailey along with family and friends enjoying the safe distancing sights and sounds of Lyle’s on the trail, to a drone’s eye view of the diners enjoying the food and fun on the rooftops of Bishop’s Quarter and Tano’s Bistro, it proved to be a most pleasant restart for the Loveland community.
The Works patio was a nice setting for the historic re-opening of outdoor dining Friday Evening, May 15, in Loveland, OH (Matthew J. Capps Image Services)
Loveland Mayor, Kathy Bailey (3rd from left) with family & friends enjoyed the Friday evening restart – captured here near Lyle’s on the trail (Matthew J. Capps Image Services)
Excitement and joy prevailed on the patio at Hometown (Matthew J. Capps Image Service)
Tano’s rooftop dining (Matthew J. Capps Image Services)
The drone’s eye view of rooftop and balcony dining at Bishop’s Quarter in Loveland, Friday, May 15, 2020 (Matthew J. Capps Image Services)
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