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6 Toronto Covered Patio To Check Out On The Next Rainy Day

Patio hangs are a summer necessity in Toronto, so why let a little rainy weather ruin your reservation.

With these six patios, you can dine out rain or shine with their retractable roofs, awnings or massive umbrellas shielding you from the elements.

King Taps

Price: 💸 💸

Address: 100 King St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This location has not one but two patios, and the top floor is equipped with a retractable roof so you can enjoy happy hour even when it's raining. The street-level patio also has coverage to shade patio goers from the elements.

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The Pilot

Price: 💸💸

Address: 22 Cumberland St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: The flight deck at The Pilot has a retractable roof and a great brunch you can enjoy even if it's drizzling out.

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Hemingway's Restaurant 

Price: 💸 💸

Address: 142 Cumberland St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This classic New Zealand bar is open late and has great coverage on its rooftop patio from the rain.

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Score on King

Price: 💸💸

Address:107 King St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: They have monster caesars with all the fixings, and half of their patio is rain proofed by an awning and the other with large umbrellas.

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Bar Vendetta

Price: 💸💸

Address: 928 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This restaurant will keep you cozy no matter the weather with 100% of its patio seating covered.

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Queen Mother Cafe

Price: 💸 💸

Address: 208 Queen St. W., Toronto ON

Why You Need To Go: This Thai gem has an incredible pad thai, and its garden patio is ready for the rain with a retractable awning and umbrellas.

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