14 Amazing Toronto Patios You Need To Get Tipsy At This Spring

Cheers to Spring!
14 Amazing Toronto Patios You Need To Get Tipsy At This Spring

Spring is finally here, which means we can say goodbye to salt stains, coat check and frozen hands.  Before we know it patio season will be among us, which means you’ll need to know which ones to hit up this spring/summer.

If you’re still looking to sip sangria on a patio, have no fear.  These 14 Toronto spots will meet all your patio season needs, and provide you with some of the tastiest drinks in the city.

Cheers Toronto! 

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Belfast Love // 548 King St W.

Belfast Love has an adorable patio complete with cute plants, optimal seating and an awesome cocktail list.  Their patio is also heated, so you won’t have to worry about catching a chill on a cooler spring day.

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Collete Grand // 550 Wellington St W.

Collete Grand is known for their stunning patio design.  This is an amazing spot to host a brunch with your girls or treat someone special on their birthday.

Pacific Junction Hotel // 234 King St E.

Pacific Junction Hotel is a great spot to check out if you’re stuck in a rut.  Their crazy cocktail menu will blow you away, and quickly become your guilty pleasure.

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The Craft Brasserie // 107 Atlantic Ave.

The Craft is the ideal place to go for an after work beer, especially when their patio is open.  This spot has pretty much every beer on tap that you could imagine, so you’re sure to find something you’ll love!

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Bandit Brewery // 2125 Dundas St W.

Bandit has one of the cutest patios in Toronto. It’s extremely spacious which makes it the perfect place to go with a large group!

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El Rey // 2a Kensington Ave.

El Rey is a quirky Mexican joint in the heart of Kensington Market.  You’ll be able to enjoy amazing food, awesome mezcal and great music.

Lavelle // 627 King St W.

Lavelle is a great spot to go if you’re looking for a more luxurious night out. You’ll be able to enjoy sweeping views of the cities skyline while sipping on a delicious cocktail.

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The Rhino // 1249 Queen St W.

The Rhino is an ideal spot to spend an afternoon day drinking while enjoying some of their delicious and cheap menu options.

El Catrin // 18 Tank House Lane

El Catrin is known for their extremely spacious patios and amazing tequila! Be sure to order a couple tacos and fresh guac to pair with your drinks.   

Rooftop birthday brews in downtown Toronto

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Mascot Brewery // 31 Mercer St.

Mascot Brewery is the perfect place to soak up some sun while catching up with a few friends.   They also have great service here, so you’ll never be waiting at the bar for too long.

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The Drake Sky Yard // 1150 Queen St W.

The Sky Yard is one of my favourite patios in the west end.  They also have some awesome brunch options so you can start your day of day drinking early!


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Gusto 101 // 101 Portland St.

Gusto 101 offers a dollar per oz wine, so I don’t think I need to further explain why you should be getting tipsy on this patio.

Bar Hop // 137 Peter St.

Bar Hop is a great spot to go if you’re looking for a laid back atmosphere.  This casual patio has ample seating and lots of shade!

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The Three Speed // 1163 Bloor St W.

The Three Speed is a great place to take a first date.  You’ll be able to enjoy the nice weather as well as the romantic fire pit!

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Sara Sandham

Humber Film Student and white wine enthusiast. Hobbies include taking pictures of my brunch, going to the dog park, and making a fool out of myself in public. Instagram: @sarasandham
14 Amazing Toronto Patios You Need To Get Tipsy At This Spring