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12 Patios In Toronto You Need To Hit Up One More Time Before Summer Is Over

You've gone to the cottage, camping, hiking, swimming and everything in-between. It's time to face the facts. Summer is about over, and that means the end of an even more important season: patio season. 

Some of the best summer memories are made late night on a patio sipping on cool frozen beverages and talking the night away. We will miss the nights of drunk dancing under the stars. 

As sad as we are patio weather is coming to a close, there is still time to enjoy the amazing spots the city has to offer. Check out the list below for all the coolest patios you need to check out one more time before summer ends:

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Sky Yard At The Drake Hotel // 1150 Queen St. West

This is one of the coolest patios the city has to offer. The unique design and architecture give this patio the perfect artsy/chill vibe. Perfect for the summer!

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Mascot Brewery // 31 Mercer St. 

What's more summery than a beer garden? Mascot brewery has one of the most beautiful gardens around, and it's complete with all the essential craft brews I know you're craving.

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The Porch Toronto // 250 Adelaide West

As one of the most talked about summer patios in the city - The Porch is definitely a must go to one more time. You can't drink out of a bucket when it's cold.

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Kasa Moto // 115 Yorkville Avenue 

This posh patio is perfect for sipping sangria on a hot day. Check it out before the cold weather hits!

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Amsterdam BrewHouse // 245 Queens Quay W 

Delicious food and a killer view of the lake? This is the ultimate summer patio.

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Against The Grain Urban Tavern Corus Quay // 25 Dockside Dr

This more lowkey spot on dockside drive is perfect for a date or gathering with friends. Enjoy their delicious food while watching the sunset on the lake.

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The Slip // 235 Queens Quay W

This young and hip patio is the perfect place to grab a drink or three by the water. Enjoy it while the weather is still nice!

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Sunnyside Pavilion //  1755 Lakeshore Blvd W

This patio is seriously just steps from the beach. Come here in between rounds of beach volleyball, or sip a glass of wine while you listen to the sound of the waves.

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Colette Grand Café // 550 Wellington St W.

If you love French cuisine, this is the patio for you. Enjoy authentic dishes on their beautiful outdoor terrace!

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Bandit Brewery // 2125 Dundas St.W

You'll feel like you're in a magical garden among the trees and string lights. This brewery has one of the cutest patios around, and great food to match their craft beer!

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El Catrin // 18 Tank House Lane

If you're into Mexican food, this is the patio for you. Indulge in delicious authentic Mexican cuisine on this cool patio located in the Distillery District.

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Belfast Love // 548 King St W

This King St. staple is a must go to one more time before the summer weather fades. Grab some food and drinks and have a great night!

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