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11 Best Tropical Drinks You Can Find In Toronto

its 5 o'clock somewhere!
11 Best Tropical Drinks You Can Find In Toronto

Summer is here which means everything starts looking cuter, especially the drinks.

Toronto is full of awesome patios, and tiki bars that offer some super creative options for your 5 o'clock pick-me-up! Whether you're a cocktail, sangria, beer, tequila, slushy or even snow cone person, we have you covered

Make sure to enjoy your thirsty Thursday by getting outside and treating yourself! You deserve it Toronto! 

1. Bulldog Margarita // The Porch

Feel like you're on a beach by literally drinking out of a beach toy. No better way to spend your night than enjoying tropical drinks on a rooftop patio!

2. Tropical Cocktails // Miss Thing's

Miss Thing's has an extensive menu of cocktails, and they are all tropical themed. Most drinks come in a coconut, a gold pineapple glass, or garnished with tiny umbrellas!

3. Daiquiri Adaptation // Bar Chef

This adorable drink comes in its own mini sandbox, garnished with a tiny umbrella and real coconut cup!

4. Champagne Popsicle // The One Eighty

Combine a sweet summer treat with a bubbly beverage and you have yourself the perfect afternoon buzz!

Photo cred -@hermajestyspleasure

5. Colourful Cocktails // Her Majesty's Pleasure

Treat yo'self to some pampering and a super refreshing cocktail. Her Majesty's Pleasure has tons of options to choose from, with unique and mouthwatering flavours.

6. Sangria Pitchers // Barsa Taberna

Barsa Taberna has 4 different options of sangria, and they are half priced on Tuesdays!

7. Negroni Slushies // Momofuku Nikai

The only thing that can make a slushy better is alcohol! Be sure to check out the new drink menu at Momofuku Nikai!

8. Volcano Bowl // Shameful Tiki 

Grab your pals and pretend you're somewhere tropical while sipping on this volcano bowl, there is even a flame in the middle!

9. Caribbean Queen// Miss Thing's

This drink is essentially super delicious sangria, but in a fancy cup and garnished with fresh fruit. These drinks are available in either a seahorse cup or a flamingo cup!

Photo cred -@foodaholicblog_

10. Hollowed Out Fruit Drinks // Patois

These drinks are not available on the regular menu, but upon request the staff at Patois will put your drink into a hollowed out coconut or watermelon!

11. Sangria Infused Snow Cones // The Harbord Room 

As if sangria was not already good enough, make it into a snow cone and its on a new level.

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