A few examples from around the world:

Wide sidewalk in Berlin allows front patio, pedestrians and cyclists
Removable, public furniture in NYC
Storefront and signage in Berlin
Bellwoods Brewery in Ossington Ave feels like it extends its space into the street by avoiding using any partition between the interior and the patio
Lululemon’s enormous new Queen West concept shop allows its front to be completely open to the street
“Road diet” in Berlin: wide sidewalks and bike lanes
Front Patio, NYC
Human scaled mixed -use in Montreal
Eglinton Way BIA – how it looks today
Eglinton Way BIA – how it looks today