Twin Cities denizens love a good patio — enough for restaurants and bars around town to drag out the tables and chairs if it hits 50 degrees in March, and for hardy Minnesotans to show up and put butts in the seats. Saner souls are biding their time until the mercury hits at least 60, making a mental list of all the places they’ll soak up the sun while sucking down the booze. Jefe Urban Hacienda should be high on that list. The patio is essentially a deck that spans the entire length of the front of the restaurant and offers a panoramic view of the quaint brick streets of St. Anthony Main, with the Mississippi River in the background and the Minneapolis skyline in the distance. It’s the perfect place to while away a gorgeous spring or summer evening while sipping one of the restaurant’s signature margaritas.