While the beginning of October can be almost as balmy as August, there comes a day when the weather magically turns and it actually feels like fall. While sweater-weather is still far off, the coolish temperatures beckon people to leave the confines of air-conditioned interiors to enjoy the sunny skies and a breeze that doesn’t feel like it blew in from the desert. And like these women shown here at La Petite Grocery, dining outdoors becomes de rigueur—for people watching, socializing, cocktailing and savoring the flavors of fall cuisine.
Set for the Season
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