7 Bistro Sets Under $100 for Your Outdoor Space

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All winter, we've been cooped up inside, waiting for warmer weather to liberate us. Now that spring is here, we're wasting no time setting up our outdoor patio. Whether you have a sprawling backyard or a compact balcony, the patio bistro set is a classic option for furnishing your personal slice of nature. It's great for al fresco dining, hanging, reading, and more — all while looking kind of Parisian and very cute. And since we're always balling on a budget, we figured we'd gather the best patio furniture sets you can buy for under $100. (You're welcome.)

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1. Best Choice Products 3-Piece Patio Bistro Dining Furniture Set, $94.99

The tempered glass tabletop of this neutral bistro set is easy to clean, while the mesh seats are super breathable and comfortable.

2. Mainstays Steel Mesh 3-Piece Folding Set, $89.97

Lightweight and foldable, this simple steel bistro set is extremely mobile so you can relocate as you please and conveniently stow it away at the end of the season.

3. IKEA Tärnö Dining Set, $49.99

We can always count on IKEA to deliver on crazy inexpensive yet high-quality furniture and this bistro set, made with acacia hardwood and powder-coated steel, is no exception.

4. Ktaxon Outdoor Patio 3-Piece Iron Folding Chat Set, $84.99

A pop of color is on offer with this sky blue metal bistro set, which will make you feel like you're eating at a chic cafe when you're in your own backyard.

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5. IKEA Skholmen Dining Set, $69

For a natural look, opt for this wooden bistro set that's crafted with durable, sturdy, sustainably-sourced acacia.

6. Costway 3-Piece Folding Outdoor Bistro Set, $99.99

You can achieve a stylish, all-white aesthetic with this classic set that combines steel frames, a reinforced glass tabletop, and fabric seats.

7. IKEA Läckö Dining Set, $97

Inspired by traditional wrought iron furniture, this romantic bistro set features charming little flower cut-outs that also cleverly drain water.

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Morgan Goldberg is a writer based in Los Angeles. She likes pasta, hiking, and crossword puzzles.