It was actually pretty nice with temps in the low 60's. Patrons had gas fire pits at each table and overhead heaters (most weren't on). The primary purpose of the fire pits is to roast the marshmallows for your S'mores deserts. By 9 pm, it started getting a bit chilly. At quitting time (9:30) as the owner was leaving, I mentioned/asked if this was probably the last show of the year? He said "No! We have music out here all winter"... This is a really good gig; extra pay great tips and an appreciative audience, but now I'm not sure if I want to call him until the spring. I can't see myself playing outside when it's cold. My definition of cold (where my fingers start to feel it) is probably around 50. If it gets colder than that, it won't be a fun gig, but might be worth it to stay in a regular rotation... Thoughts?