Summer is upon us and now is the time to start the season with a strong patio game. Sitting back on a patio with a delicious meal and a cold drink in hand is the perfect way to enjoy yourself, meanwhile dealing with that Saskatoon summer heat.\nREAD ALSO: 11 Things To Do In Saskatoon If You're Way Too Broke To Travel This Summer\nIf you're not into drinking, not a problem — you can still enjoy the patio of your favourite resturant for a meal out. There's plenty to eat and drink in Saskatoon, so you're set either way.\nWhatever time of day it is, make sure to grab your sunnies, your squad, and some sunscreen. You can make a patio date into pretty much anything — brunch, afternoon happy hour, dinner, and a late night hang. Make sure these Saskatoon patios are on your list for places to be this summer!\nvia @driftvistalounge\nDrift Sidewalk Cafe & Vista Lounge // Corner of Avenue A & 19th Street\nDrift's Sidewalk Cafe has outdoor seating for all your breakfast and lunch needs. The rooftop patio for their Vista Lounge is new to Saskatoon this summer, and something you'll defenitly want to check out. You can also enjoy brunch on the Lounge patio on the weekends.\nvia @unasaskatoon\nUna Pizza & Wine // 707 Broadway Avenue\nUna's patio offers a relaxing atmosphere for you to enjoy your perfectly crafted pizza. Cheese pizza lovers should give the 4-maggi pizza a try, along with their delicious kale cesear salad. You can also grab a drink on Una's patio if you're spending the evening in the Broadway arena.\nvia @crazycactusyxe\nCrazy Cactus // 269 3rd Avenue S\nThis new location of the Crazy Cactus is an updated take on an old fave. Now you can sip on their famous Gringos from the downtown rooftop patio — definitely a great way to kick off summer!\nvia @candacewalz\nO'Shea's Irish Pub // 222 2nd Avenue S\nLocated in the heart of downtown Saskatoon, O'Shea's serves up delicious pub food. The patio is a decent size, which makes it great for larger groups. You'll also have a prime view of Saskatoon's downtown!\nvia @cathedralsocialhall\nCathedral Social Hall // 608 Spadina Crescent E\nCathedral Social Hall is brand-spanking-new to Saskatoon, taking the place of the former Spadina Freehouse. With over 30 beers on tap, you're sure to find something you'll like while you enjoy their patio.\nvia @breannalinton\nThe Yard & Flagon Pub // 718 Broadway Avenue\nTake in the Yard's Monday burger and beer deal for $10 while you're on their rooftop patio. As a favourite spot for many locals of the Broadway area, the Yard's patio has a relaxed vibe, and the renovated wood interior is sure to be a crowd pleaser.\nLas Palapas Resort & Grill // 910 Victoria Avenue\nThe Las Palapas patio will make you feel like you're at a tropical resort. It's also a great patio if you're wanting a little more shade, and a little less sun. Las Palapas is next door to Homestead Icecream as well, if you're looking for some dessert to cap off your night.\nvia @earlssaskatoon\nEarls Saskatoon // 610 2nd Avenue N\nThe Saskatoon Earls is uniquely located in an old bread factory downtown. Their patio had a lot of hanging greenery and vines, giving it a charming vibe, and making it a great summer spot.\nvia @thehoseandhydrant\nThe Hose & Hydrant // 612 11th Street E\nThe Hose's patio officially makes it Saskatoon's bar with the most levels! This fire station-turned-pub has three stories, and their large patio sometimes features live music, making it perfect for large groups.\nvia @jocelynlehman\nHusdons Saskatoon // 401 21st Street E\nHudsons' has a wrap around patio, featuring a great view of some of Saskatoon's downtown streets — perfect for people watching! Once you're done your food and drinks, you can head inside to dance the night away.\nvia @winstonspubsk\nWinston's English Pub & Grill // 243 21st Street E\nWinston's patio is such a cozy nook in the downtown Saskatoon area. It's ideal for lunching on some pub food, or for sipping on one of their 72 taps.