17 Heated Toronto Patios To Get Tipsy At This Fall

Patio season 2.0!
17 Heated Toronto Patios To Get Tipsy At This Fall
Staff Writer

October - the month of coat check, cute boots, and vampy lips.  As much as I'm excited for fall, it's always a little bittersweet saying goodbye to summer nightlife.  Although, we don't really have to say goodbye to every aspect of it....

Just because summer is over does not mean you need to give up patio hopping.  Luckily the Toronto bar scene totally understands our cities addition to patio season, and has equipped themselves accordingly.

If you're still looking to sip sangria on a patio, have no fear.  These 17 Toronto spots will keep you nice and cozy on their adorable patios this fall.  Just remember to bring your BFF, it would be rude not to!

1. Gusto 101 // 101 Portland St.

There is no better way to end your week than enjoying Gusto's dollar per ounce wine on their cozy and intimate patio!

2. Bellwoods Brewery // 124 Ossington Ave.

Bellwood Brewery is the PERFECT place for a fall (BFF) date.  It's seriously one of the cutest patios in the city.

3. Big Crow // 176 Dupont St.

Apart from having insanely good food, Big Crow also has an insanely cute little patio.  Be sure to to their early, this spot usually fills up pretty quickly!

4. Barrio // 884 Queen Street E.

Barrio is an adorable spot to get a cold beer after work, or a cold pitched to celebrate the weekend!

5. Cactus Club // 77 Adelaide St W.

Cactus club has quickly become a Toronto favourite, and for good reason!  This spacious patio is the perfect venue to catch up with friends before heading to the club.

6. Electric Mud BBQ // 5 Brock Ave.

Electric Mud BBQ has a seriously cool exterior, which definitely translates to their outdoor dining space. Plus, who can say no to twinkle lights?!

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7. The Drake Sky Yard // 1150 Queen St W.

The Drake Sky Yard is a bucket list patio all Torontonians need to visit.  The crowd is always super fun, and the drinks are super tasty.

8. The Ceili Cottage // 1301 Queen St E.

The Ceili Cottage is a very underrated Toronto bar.  If you're an East-ender there is a good chance this is one of you go to spots for a cold beer.

9. Cold Tea (back patio) // 60 Kensington Ave. 

Cold Tea has one of the coolest patios in the city, mainly because it's a little harder to get to, and 100% worth it.

10. Hunter's Landing // 82 Fort York Blvd.

I 100% recommend making Hunter's your next boozy brunch destination.  The landing cure caesar are never a disappointment and basically count as a full meal and a drink.

11. Amsterdam BrewHouse  // 245 Queens Quay W.

Enjoy a cold beer while looking at a beautiful view of the water!  Amsterdam Brewhouse definitely wins for one of the most peaceful views in the city.

12. Belfast Love // 548 King St W.

This is another prime destination for a boozy brunch.  Sip mimosas while staying warm on this adorable patio on King West.

13. Cluny // 35 Tank House Lane.

Cluny is the perfect spot to grab a drink while exploring the distillery district.  And yes, the interior of the restraunt is just as nice as the extreior.

14. Lavelle // 627 King St W.

Lavelle, known for being one of the cities most beautiful pool bar is working on winterizing (or at least fallerizing) their patio.

15. 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.

16. The Ballroom // 145 John St.

If you're looking for a night of fun, why not go bowling?! The Ballroom is one of the coolest bowling alleys in the city, and it has a liquor license! Plus if you don't like bowling, you can just drink on the Ballroom's patio. Everybody wins.

17. Spice Route // 499 King St W.

Spice Route is an awesome option if you're looking for a more laid-back night out. This place has the perfect mix of nightclub and bar vibes combined.

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Sara Sandham
Staff Writer
Sara Sandham was a writer with Narcity Media.